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Lawrence Burr has had a lifelong passion for naval history. He was recently the British specialist on a Channel 4 documentary about the battle of Jutland. He has also been part of a team who has conducted underwater explorations of the Battlecruiser wrecks and has visited a number of the key battleships detailed in this volume. He lives in the USA.
Another valuable addition to the author's series on warships of World War II. Good discussion of the technical issues behind development the different classes of battleships before... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary Moore
It's an OK history book. Not a lot of good information, and deployment of the BBPublished 6 months ago by dbaoter
Much too simplistic and provides weak narrative and minimal technical details
A really detailled operational history is to be hoped for
These were the ships that filled the gap until the Iowa class arrived. Their designs were still being influenced by treaty limits, but they were well balanced and capable ships.Published 9 months ago by Dano t
This book should be simply called "The North Carolina"; virtually all of the pictures and text are of the North Carolina with little about the South Dakota Class. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robert Jansen