The Metal Fighting Ship in the Royal Navy, 1860-1970, Archibald, E. H. H. Illustrated by Ray Woodward. Published by Arco Pub. Co, U.S.A., 1971. 4to up to 12″ tall.226 pages including bibliography and index. Detailed illustrations throughout by Ray Woodward. Blue cloth boards, blind stamped illustration of ship front board; gilt spine titles; illustrated endpapers. Volume is in mint condition; clipped dust jacket has light age yellowing at edges and light shelf wear. Development of the modern British navy; from iron-clad masted ships, to dreadnoughts, and the evolution specialized combat ships: cruisers, destroyers, etc. 002361 $30
The Metal Fighting Ship in the Royal Navy, 1860-1970Allied and Occupied Nations, Eurasia, General, History, War and Military, World War I, World War II
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