German Battlecruisers Of World War One

Author: Gary Staff
Publisher: Seaforth Publishing
ISBN: 1848322135
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This is the most comprehensive study yet in the English language of the German Imperial Navy's battlecruisers that served in the First World War.

German Battlecruisers Of World War One

Author: Gary Staff
Publisher: US Naval Institute Press
ISBN: 9781591141914
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This is the most comprehensive, English-language study of the German Imperial Navy's battlecruisers that served in the First World War.

The Battlecruiser Hms Hood

Author: Bruce Taylor
Publisher: Seaforth Publishing
ISBN: 1783469803
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Design. and. Construction. 1 See Northcott, HMS Hood, pp. 1–14, Roberts,
Battlecruisers, pp. 55–62, and Brown, The Grand Fleet, pp. 98–100. 2 The other
two were Howe (Cammell Laird, Birkenhead) and Rodney (Fairfield, Govan). A
fourth was ... 3 The battlecruiser debate is framed by James Goldrick in 'The
Problems of Modern Naval History' in John B. Hattendorf (ed),Doing Naval
History: Essays Toward Improvement (Newport, RI: Naval War College Press,
1995), pp. 15–19.

Allied Battleships In World War Ii

Author: William H. Garzke
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The keel-laying of the French battlecruiser Dunkerque in 1932 heralded the start
of a second great capital shipbuilding race, similar to that preceding the outbreak
of World War I, involving fewer, but much larger, ships. ... This study, which will be
done in three volumes, provides a detailed technical history of the design,
construction, and operation of all battleships and battlecruisers, of vintage
subsequent to 1930, including ships completed, laid down, or only projected.
Volume I ...

United States Naval Institute Proceedings

Author: United States Naval Institute
Publisher:
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worn liticalmn AM II LL - II. All I Lololov III-Tolo New Publications from the Naval
Institute Press! Battleships Axis and Neutral Battleships in World War II By William
H. Garzke, Jr., and Robert O. Dulin, Jr. Illustrations by Alan Raven The third and
final volume in an acclaimed study of World War II capital ships, this attractive
book offers a definitive technical history of the design, construction, and operation
of all German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish battleships and battlecruisers built
or ...

The Eclipse Of The Big Gun

Author: (D. K.) Brown
Publisher: Naval Inst Press
ISBN:
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A detailed technical history of all British capital ships designed or operational
during the 1939-45 conflict (including the First World War ships), with much
information on modifications and war lessons. John Roberts, 'The Design and
Construction of the Battlecruiser Tiger', Warship 5 and 6 (1978). , 'Penultimate
Battleships: The Lion Class of 1937-1946', Warship 19 and 20 (1981). Myron J
Smith ... J D Brown, Carrier Operations in World War II, 2 vols (London 1968 and
1974). Includes ...

The Eclipse Of The Big Gun

Author: Robert Gardiner
Publisher: Conway Maritime Press
ISBN:
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Probably the best one-volume technical history of capital ships in its day, but
surpassed by later works on many navies. D K BROWN ... A monograph on
British and German hattlecruisers of the First World War; very detailed description
of armour schemes and armament. ANTHONIE VAN ... war lessons. JOHN
ROBERTS, 'The Design and Construction of the Battlecruiser Tiger', Warship 5
and 6 (1978). , 'Penultimate Battleships: The Lion Class of 1937-1946', Warship
19 and 20 (1981).

The Great Ships

Author: Peter C. Smith
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811749355
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British Battleships in World War II Peter C. Smith. a result, the ... world beaters.
But earlier RAF control ensured that these magnificent ships were forced to
operate obsolete aircraft from their decks, which greatly reduced their efficiency
in operations. ... Captain Dreyer, then director of gunnery, stated that there was
no doubt that if such a weapon had been available atJutland, “we should have
sunk all, or at any rate four or five, of the German battlecruisers and some of their
battleships.

Ships Monthly

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Chapter 7, for instance, recounts the work of the fleet during World War II and
includes lists of vessels lost and damaged. ... No doubt there are strong reasons
of economy, but nevertheless there will be those who would willingly pay more
for a more visually pleasing text which shows evidence of variety and subtle
design work. ... A brief introduction summarises the development of the German
capital ship to the end of WWI and includes interesting photographs of the
incomplete 15- ...