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“The battleship era ended not because the ships lacked utility,” Farley writes, “but rather because they could no longer fulfill their roles in a cost-effective manner.”. End of the battleship era. The American Texas () is the only preserved example of a Dreadnought-type battleship that dates to the time of the original HMS Dreadnought. After Indiana was stricken in , the four Iowa-class ships were the only battleships in commission or reserve anywhere in the world.
This is a revised edition of The Battleship Era, published by Hart-Davis, London, in , with a new Introduction detailing the latest research, and an updated Bibliographical essay. The Good Book Guide describes this new edition thus: An interesting and well-researched history of the nautical leviathan that was the battleship. "Since it is the last battleship to be built for the U.S. Navy, the last one to be in commission, and the site of the Japanese surrender that marked the ending of World War Two, the USS Missouri (BB) has earned a place in the U.S. naval history. This impressive book describes the history of this historic ship in great detail and author.
The battleship was a capital ship built in the first half of the 20th century. At the outbreak of war, large fleets of battleships—many inherited from the dreadnought era decades before—were considered one of the decisive forces in naval warfare. There were two engagements between battleships in the Pacific theatre and three in the Atlantic. Although the Iowas never engaged another battleship, they provided naval gunfire support for U.S. ground forces during World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam, and off the coast of Lebanon in
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This book traces the history of the battleship from beginning to end - i.e. from the 's to the 's. This was a time when the fate of nations rested upon their naval power and the Battleship became the main element of that power once it had eclipsed the wooden ship of the by: 6.
The + page book is broken down into 16 well organized chapters that cover the background of Capitol ships such as the Prince of Wales and Repulse, the philosophy of why the were battleship era.
book to Asian waters, the mission, the battle, sinking, rescue, and analysis/5(27). out of 5 stars Authoritative reference book on naval fire control during the battleship era. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Verified Purchase.
This book is exactly what I was looking for. I was working on a tactical naval warfare game that covers the period to WWII. It was impossible to find effective ranges on 4/5(55). Great book on the design history of the U.S Battleships. The Battleship was an important asset for shore bombardment during ww2 and a symbol of might in the years following the First World by: 5.
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The Battleship Era by Peter Padfield, page hardback with jacket, © 16 pages of photos & other Rating: % positive. The Sinking of the Most Powerful Warship in History. Morris’s new book, “Battleship Yamato: Of War, Beauty and Irony,” is a culmination of all this.
This was the end of the era of. Naval Firepower: Battleship Guns and Gunnery in the Dreadnought Era Norman Friedman. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ Dreadnought Gunnery and the Battle of Jutland: The Question of Fire Control (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History Book 32)/5(18).
Format: Hardcover This book traces the history of the battleship from beginning to end - i.e. from the 's to the 's. This was a time when the fate of nations rested upon their naval power and the Battleship became the main element of that power once it had eclipsed the wooden ship of the line/5(6).
The dreadnought was the predominant type of battleship in the early 20th century. The first of the kind, the Royal Navy's Dreadnought, had such an impact when launched in that similar battleships built after her were referred to as "dreadnoughts," and earlier battleships became known as design had two revolutionary features: an "all-big-gun" armament scheme, with an.
This book does exactly what it says on the tin and looks at the principal capital ships built during the era of imperial Germany from to It fits nicely into the Seaforth fold and follows the design templates and imagery standards of the publisher.
A book recommendation that I got months ago from a similar thread like this is to read “Japanese Destroyer Captain” by Tamaeichi Hara. It’s a well written biographical piece from the view point of Captain Hara, and his experiences commanding Japanese Destroyers through major Battles during the Pacific Campaign.
- The Battleship Book, to be published by Wildside Books in September, See pins. To speed up the process and eliminate human error, navies sought a reliable mechanical calculation. This heavily illustrated book outlines for the first time in layman's terms the complex subject of fire-control, as it dominated battleship and cruiser design from before World War I to the end of the dreadnought era.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Padfield, Peter. Battleship era. London, R. Hart-Davis  (OCoLC) Document Type. The book concludes with a look at the role of the surprising number of battleships from this era that proved useful on active service during the Great War.
British Battleships of the Victorian Era is an important addition to the literature of the battleship. Genre/Form: Festschriften History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Padfield, Peter.
Battleship era. New York, D. McKay Co. [©] (OCoLC) “This book is a very useful and comprehensive summary of the sixty year ‘battleship era’ that ran roughly from to Extensively researched and documented, it is comprehensive and absolutely fascinating for any naval history enthusiast.” —Workboat World"This book is a very useful and comprehensive summary of the sixty year 'battleship era' that ran roughly from to.
Battleship Yamato: of war, beauty and irony, by Jan Morris (Liveright publishing, ). I suspect that this is a bit of a vanity project. Its a very brief book, pages, full of photographs and illustrations.
Morris chooses to present a very romanticized version of what happened to the ship. He describes it as a sort of illustrated reverie/5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Battleship Era by Peter Padfield. at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!.
Yamato (大和, "Great Harmony") was the lead ship of her class of battleships built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) shortly before World War and her sister ship, Musashi, were the heaviest and most powerfully armed battleships ever constructed, displac tonnes at full load and armed with nine 46 cm ( in) Type 94 main guns, which were the largest guns ever mounted on a Aircraft carried: 7 Nakajima E8N or Nakajima E4N.
To speed up the process and eliminate human error, navies sought a reliable mechanical calculation. This heavily illustrated book outlines for the first time in layman's terms the complex subject of fire-control, as it dominated battleship and cruiser design from before World War I to the end of the dreadnought : Pen & Sword Books Limited.Battleship book.
Read 25 reviews from the world. An era of such varied sensibilities to our present! And in this culture and placements so resource ($$$$$) available, doubly so. But never, ever is there a forgetting with the wealth that there is a proper set of societal exchanges and appropriations.4/5.