What of the Navy?
by Alan H. Burgoyne
- Good. Heavily faded at the spine. Gently bruised at the head, tail and corners of the binding. Edges of the textblock heavily sp
Peasedown St. John, United Kingdom
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- What of the Navy?
- Alan H. Burgoyne
- Hardback (No Dust Wrapper.)
- Book condition
- second hand - Good. Heavily faded at the spine. Gently bruised at the head, tail and corners of the binding. Edges of the textblock heavily sp
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- London, New York, Toronto & Melbourne: Cassell and Company, Ltd.
- Date Published
- burgoyne britain royal navy navies marine naval engineering ships unit architecture ship construction history british
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