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Osprey New forefront 154 - British Battleships 1939–45 (1): Queen Elizabeth and Royal Sovereign sessions ПОДВАЛ Osprey New forefront 154 - British Battleships 1939–45 (1): Queen Elizabeth and Royal Sovereign sessions writer: Angus Konstam Illustrators: Tony Bryan Paul Wright April 2009Страниц: forty eight pages ISBN: 9781846033889 Формат: PDF - rarРазмер: 19.4 mbWith the outbreak of worldwide conflict II, Britain’s Royal military and her fleet of battleships will be on the vanguard of her defence. but ten of the 12 battleships have been already over two decades previous, having served in global warfare I, and required broad alterations so they can practice a necessary carrier through the six lengthy years of clash. This identify bargains a entire evaluation of the improvement of those British battleships from their preliminary commissioning to their peacetime adjustments and wartime provider, with precise descriptions of the effectiveness of the most armament of person ships. With in particular commissioned paintings and a dramatic re-telling of key battleship conflicts, this publication will spotlight what it was once like on board for the sailors who risked their lives at the excessive seas.скачать - ifolderзеркало:скачать - зеркало:скачать - hotfile zero 1 2 three four five
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