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An encyclopedia that captures all aspects of the sea from the evolution of ships from prehistoric dugouts to nuclear-powered research vessels; the specialization of warships from Greek galleys to guided-missile destroyers; the story of the great explorers and pioneers who first mapped the earth and opened up the first trade routes: the art of navigation from early man to the invention of radar and satellite systems; the techniques of deep sea diving and salvage; the economic exploitation of the world's fishing grounds ; the sea as a source of future energy and resources. Beautifully illustrated with color & black and white throughout. More than 200 carefully selected photos and 50 original drawings. Large volume 11" x 8 1/2" with 256 pages, edited by Lieutenant Commander Peter Kemp

Encyclopedia Of Ships And Seafaring by Peter Kemp

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