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Warships by Robert Jackson

Warships

Description : Presents illustrations, historical notes, facts, and specifications for warships, ranging from the first armored vessels of the mid-nineteenth century, to some of the most modern submarines and stealth warships in use today.

Subtitle : Inside & Out

Authors : Robert Jackson

Published Date : 2011-12

Publisher : The Rosen Publishing Group

ISBN : 9781448859818

Page : 160 Pages

Categories : Juvenile Nonfiction

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Filesize: 1 MB

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