Britannia´s Bulwarks. Our First Line Of Defence: The Royal Navy, 1896. eBook

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AUTOR(A) Royal Navy Panorama/review.
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A complete list, with pictures of the various types of ships and vessels composing the current fighting fleet of Great Britain. A wood-engraved folding panorama (80 x 122cm.), published as a supplement to 'The Graphic' February 22, 1896, of the Fleet, together with commentaries and lists of the vessels in the margins, top, bottom and sides. The following is a complete list of all the fighting ships and vessels of the British Navy, built, building or formally announced as about to be both, up to February 1, 1896. The figures are arranged according to their types; and where figures are prefixed they refer to the corresponding number in the engraving. Also included is an articleOur First Line of Defence by W. Laird Clowes. 6 tear neatly repaired, a very clean copy. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 4 Euros.
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