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Beschrijving van Z.M. Monitor Heiligerlee.

By: Waldeck (J.A.) & De Smit van den Broecke (H.A.)

Price: £550.00

Publisher: 1869, Nieuwediep,

Seller ID: 2884


(ii), 16pp text, 21 plates some highlighted in colour (8 folding), large format (34cm x 22cm), original grey/green printed boards, title on front board, spine neatly repaird. N.H.S.M. Catalogus der Bibliotheek, page 785: Confirms the above details. AJS: Dutch text. Some plates heightened in colour, details of design, layout, equipment, etc, the plates are particularly attractive. Conways All the World's Fighting Ships 1860-1914, page 373: Heiligerlee Class Monitors. Disp... View more info

Building the Kaiser's Navy The Imperial Navy Office and German Industry in the von Tirpitz Era. 1890-1919.

By: Weir (G.E.)

Price: £18.00

Publisher: 1992,

Seller ID: 1543


xii + 289pp, frontis, 14 illus, 2 maps, tables in text, dw. AJS: By the end of the 19th century Germany was ready to challenge England's hegemony on the seas by building a powerful navy of its own. View more info

H.M.C.S. Discovery. A History of the Naval Reserve in Vancouver.

By: Winters (B.)

Price: £10.00

Publisher: ND 1995,

Seller ID: 8791


unpaginated, 256pp, frontis, 136 illus, pictorial stiff paper wrappers. AJS: Unpaginated, no list of illustrations, no date of publication, no├╗publisher...god save me from amateurs. View more info

Saint John Ships and Their Builders.

By: Wright (E.C)

Price: £18.00

Publisher: 1976,

Seller ID: 6357


229pp, frontis map, 1 photo, 3 line drawings, original red paper covers. SBS: A general survey of Saint John shipbuilding in the 19th century shipbuilders and their vessels. List of vessels over 300 tons, and of smaller vessels sold overseas. Index of ships, person, places and general. This copy signed by the author. View more info

The Chinese Steam Navy 1862-1945.

By: Wright (R.N.J.)

Price: £25.00

Publisher: 2000,

Seller ID: 3087


208pp, frontis, 118 illus, 12 maps, 13 line illuis (many multi-view), dw. AJS: Much needed modern account. Covers the period from the collapse of├╗the empire and the Nationalist era, up to the end of World War Two. View more info