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Rebuilding The Royal Navy: Warship Design Since 1945

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This fourth and final volume in this series on Royal Navy warship development presents an in-depth and lucid account of British warship construction in the challenging half-century since World War II. After considering the wartime legacy and lingering austerity, the authors cover some of the ambitious ideas for the bigger ships like the reconstruction of the carrier ...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published December 3rd 2005 by US Naval Institute Press (first published January 15th 2004)
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David K. Brown (1928–2008) was a noted British naval architect. After joining the Admiralty he became a member of the Royal Corps of Naval Constructors, rising through the ranks to become the Deputy Chief Naval Architect before retiring in 1988.
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