cruisers

  1. Seaweed

    British Warship Recognition Vol.IV by Richard Perkins

    This is the fourth of eight volumes of facsimiles of truly accomplished water-coloured line drawings of British naval vessels from Victorian times to 1939. The RN built a lot of cruisers and Perkins had to split this part of his work over two volumes. This one covers early cruiser development...
  2. Seaweed

    British Cruisers of the Victorian Era by Norman Friedman

    Up funnel, down screw! This is an exhaustive survey of the development of the 'cruiser' (the category includes warships called variously frigates, corvettes and sloops before the formal term cruiser was adopted late in the period) in the RN, from the paddle sloop Hermes completed in 1835 to the...
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    British Warship Recognition Vol.III by Richard Perkins

    This is the third of eight volumes of facsimiles of truly elegant water-coloured line drawings of British naval vessels from Victorian times to 1939. The RN built a lot of cruisers and Perkins had to split this part of his work over two volumes. This one covers the second half of cruiser...

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