British Destroyers 1939 45

Author: Angus Konstam
Publisher: Osprey Publishing
ISBN: 9781472816368
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The Royal Navy entered World War II with a large but eclectic fleet of destroyers.

German Destroyers 1939 45

Author: Gordon Williamson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1780966210
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The German destroyer fleet of World War II consisted of nine classes: the Diether Von Roeder Class, the Leberecht Maas Class and the wartime classes Z23, Z35, Z37, Z40, Z43, Z46 and Z52.

British Light Cruisers 1939 45

Author: Angus Konstam
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 178200307X
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The light cruiser was a natural development of the sailing frigate – a fast multi-purpose warship that could patrol the sea lanes, protect convoys and scout for enemy battle fleets.

British Destroyers 1939 45

Author: Angus Konstam
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472825829
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Using a collection of contemporary photographs and beautiful colour artwork, this is a fascinating new study of the ships that formed the backbone of the Royal Navy during World War II.

British Destroyers Frigates

Author: Norman Friedman
Publisher: Seaforth Publishing
ISBN: 1848320159
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Since the Second World War the old categories of destroyer and frigate have tended to merge, a process that this book traces back to the radically different 'Tribal' class destroyers of 1936.

British Destroyers Frigates

Author: Norman Friedman
Publisher: Seaforth Publishing
ISBN: 1848320159
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Nelson to Vanguard: Warship Design and Development 1923-1945 (Chatham,
London: 2000). and Moore, George, Rebuilding the Royal Navy: Warship Design
since 1945 (Chatham, London: 2003). Canada, Ministry of ... Gillett, Ross,
Australian and New Zealand Warships Since 1946 (Child and Associates,
Brookvale, Australia: 1988). Grove, Eric ... Langtree, Christopher, The Kelly's:
British ], K, 6 N Class Destroyers of World War II (Chatham Publishing, London:
2002). Lenton, H T ...

Ships Monthly

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1 5 colour, 110 b/w photos 120 pages Softback £13.00 GERMAN DESTROYERS:
New Vanguard 91 by G Williamson Brief history of the 9 classes of destroyer
operated during WWII plus design and operation. ... the service of its now
integrated successors in the Gulf today 135 black/white illustrations 208 pages
Hardback £13 95 BRITISH BATTLECRUISERS: Osprey New Vanguard 88 by
Angus Konstam Pre-war development and wartime exploits of HMS Hood,
Repulse and Renown ...

British Submarines 1939 45

Author: Innes McCartney
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472800346
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The submarine was the invisible but formidable weapon of the Royal Navy during World War II. This book examines the three major classes – 'S', 'T' and 'U' – detailing their design, development and modification.

The New International Year Book

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1, 1939. From Britain's share of the surrendered German fleet, France has
received 6 destroyers (2 Narviks, 2 Maas, 2 Elbings), 2 T.Bs. and 5 large
minelayers. Augmented by these and other light units from the British and U.S.
Navies, the French Fleet today totals about 330,000 tons, or slightly more than
half its prewar strength. Germany. Like the Jap Navy the German surface fleet
was completely destroyed before her surrender in May, 1945. A fleet built for
commerce raiding but not ...

The Naval Defence Of India

Author: Keshav Balkrishna Vaidya
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But here we take the following figures for the construction of warships on the
British basis : and so on. The above figures indicate the approximate basis of the
cost of construction of leading warships built in England. The cost is taken slightly
on the higher basis in view of the higher wages of labour in wartimes, which are
not likely to go down to pre-war level (war of 1939-45). The H.M.S. Vanguard of
the Lion class of about 42,500 tons displacement has cost about £ 12,000,000.