Norman Friedman brings a new perspective to an ever-popular subject in The British Battleship: 19061946. With a unique ability to frame technologies within the context of politics, economics, and strategy, he offers unique insight into the development of the Royal Navy capital ships. With plans of the important classes commissioned from John Roberts and A D Baker III and a color section featuring the original Admiralty draughts, this book offers something to even the most knowledgeable enthusiast.
|Publisher:||Naval Institute Press|
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|File size:||220 MB|
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About the Author
Norman Friedman is arguably America's most prominent naval analyst, and the author of more than thirty books covering a range of naval subjects, from warship histories to contemporary defense issues. Since the 1980s, Friedman has been contributing regular columns analyzing world naval developments for Proceedings magazine. He earned his PhD in physics at Columbia University.