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A History of Naval Architecture


Year: 1851
Language: english
Author: Fincham J.
Genre: History
Publisher: Whittaker and Co
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 599
Description: This substantial volume, first published in 1851, traces the history of ship-building from classical times to the beginning of steam navigation in the Royal Navy. The author describes the progress of many sea battles and explains their outcome in relation to the construction and economics of the ships involved. The well-illustrated text also covers the material and building of ships, their lines and sailing qualities; valuable appendices record the vessels of the English and French navies.

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