Cruisers in Camera

Cruisers in Camera

Book - 2000
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The cruiser is arguably the most aesthetically pleasing of warships: those with four sloping funnels - the Arethusas and Carolines and the Hawkins class - all have immediate appeal for the enthusiast, while the Amphion class of 1934 ranks among the most graceful and balanced warships ever designed. As a category, the cruiser sat clearly between capital ships and flotilla craft, but in both size and armament it showed a wider range of variation than either of the other categories. No British cruisers were laid down after 1942 and it is unlikely that any cruiser will ever again be built for the Royal Navy.
Publisher: London : Sutton Pub., 2000.
ISBN: 9780750923507
Branch Call Number: 359/.83/5309/Hay 6173cg 1
Characteristics: xii, 180 p. : ill.


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