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Warships for Export Armstrong Warships 1867-1927


Year: 1999
Language: english
Author: Brook P.
Genre: History
Publisher: World Ship Society
ISBN: 0905617894
Format: DjVu
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 242
Description: This book has technical information on all of Armstrong's, in a clear and easy reading. The ships are arranged in type, and ranged from the earliest Rendel gunboats built in the 1860's up the last ship built by Armstrong, the H.M.S. Nelson built after WW-1. The book also contained many tables of data. It also show many ships designs that were updated before acceptance by the buyer; for example, the designs offered to Brazil before the seven turret 'Rio de Janerio' was accepted (which ended up as H.M.S. Agincourt in the Royal Navy).

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