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Fighting ships of the world : over 600…

Fighting ships of the world : over 600 carriers, submarines & destroyers (edition 2004)

by Robert Jackson, Steve Crawford

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Title:Fighting ships of the world : over 600 carriers, submarines & destroyers
Authors:Robert Jackson
Other authors:Steve Crawford
Info:Hoo : Grange, 2004.
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Fighting Ships of the World : Over 600 Carriers, Submarines and Destroyers by Robert Jackson



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Moving from the first steam war vessels to the present day, this is a celebration of over 600 of the finest battleships, carriers, submarines, destroyers and cruisers ever built.

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