Aircraft Carriers of the Royal and Commonwealth Navies: The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia from World War I to the Present :: David Hobbs

Aircraft Carriers of the Royal and Commonwealth Navies: The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia from World War I to the Present :: David Hobbs soon to be presented for sale on the inspired BookLovers of Bath web site!

London: Greenhill Books, 1996, Hardback in dust wrapper.

Contains: Black & white photographs; Charts; Tables; Silhouettes; 2-column text; Appendices [7];

From the cover: This is an unrivalled reference work containing details of all ships whose primary role has been to operate aircraft at sea. It includes ships from the British Royal Navy, the Royal Australian Navy, the Royal Canadian Navy / Canadian Armed Forces and the Indian Navy, as well as many ships that originally served with the United States Navy. The 123 ships covered range ,from Hermes, the first ship in the world to be designed, ordered and built as an aircraft carrier, to todays Invincible, recently in service supporting British forces in former Yugoslavia.

Comprehensive technical details of all the ships are given, with extensive service histories. As well as the conventional hull and armam…

Very Good in Very Good Dust Wrapper.

Blue boards with Silver titling to the Spine. 264 pages. Index. Bibliography. 9¾” x 9½”.

Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I spellbind you with a further miscellany curated within Military Naval catalogue?

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