Seventy Years of the Postwar Royal Navy
Autore: Paul Brown
COPIA CON ANGOLO INFERIORE DESTRO AMMACCATO - ANCHE LE PAGINE INTERNE SONO SEGNATE MA IL TESTO E' INTONSO
Interamente illustrato con oltre 250 immagini a colori e in bianco e nero, traccia la storia delle navi, e relative operazioni, che hanno avuto un ruolo di primo piano durante i 70 anni di regno della Regina Elisabetta II.
With over 250 images, this is a highly illustrated history of the ships and operations of the Royal Navy during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
During the 70 years spanned by the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, the Royal Navy has changed out of all recognition. Its status as a superpower navy with worldwide bases and operations has been eclipsed, but it remains a powerful force because of its potency if not its size. Maritime history author Paul Brown takes us through each decade in turn, outlining the key events and developments, and charting the changes to the size, structure and capabilities of the Navy.
Fully illustrated with over 250 colour and black and white images, this book also provides a stunning visual record of the ships and operations that featured most prominently in each decade.
250 foto a colori e in bianco e nero
24 x 25,5