Ships of the World’s Battlefleets – E. C. Talbot-Booth (1940)

S$48.00

Ships of the World’s Battlefleets – E. C. Talbot-Booth (1940)

S$48.00

Title: Ships of the World’s Battlefleets

Author: E. C. Talbot-Booth

Publisher: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1940. Third printing.

Condition: Hardcover, no dust jacket. Oblong. Very good. Covers faded and pages evenly browned, with slight foxing to edges. Black-and-white photographs of the ships on each page. 96pp.

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SKU: ships-battle Categories: ,

A fascinating catalogue of ships used by the major powers during World War 2, i.e., Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, the United States, and Japan. Following a preface that mostly emphasizes the importance of naval power, the book lists major battleships and cruisers, along with their specifications, history, and capabilities. Ships mentioned in the book include Germany’s Bismarck Class, the UK’s Queen Elizabeth Class which includes the battleship Malaya, and Japan’s Nagato Class ships.