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Release Date: January 1977. Publisher: Arco Publishing Company.
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Famous ships of World War 2: In colour (Arco color series): ISBN 9780668042314 (978-0-668-04231-4) Softcover, Arco, 1977. German Infantry and Assault Engineer Equipment, 1939 - 1945. Coauthors & Alternates.
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The heavy cruiser was designed for long range, high speed, and heavy calibre naval guns. The first heavy cruisers were built in 1915, although it only became a widespread classification following the London Naval Treaty in 1930. The heavy cruiser's immediate precursors were the light cruiser designs of the 1910s and 1920s; the US 8-inch 'treaty cruisers' of the 1920s were originally classed as light cruisers until the London Treaty forced their redesignation.
Ship camouflage was used in earnest by the British Admiralty in the First . Famous Ships of World War 2. Blandford Press.
He intended it not to make ships invisible, nor even to cause the enemy to miss his shot, but to deceive him into taking up a poor firing position. Some two-color paint schemes attempted to harmonize with both sea and sky near the horizon. The US Navy painted some ships dark gray with white structures above bridge level.
Author: Chris Ellis
Category: No category
Publisher: Arco (1977)
Pages: 210 pages
ePUB size: 1654 kb
FB2 size: 1929 kb
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