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Warship Volume XIX (1995)


THE UNION NAVY DURING THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865
Donald L Canney surveys this navy’s diverse
assortment of vessels.

THE KAISER FRANZ JOSEPH I CLASS TORPEDO RAMS
      OF THE AUSTRO- HUNGARIAN NAVY
The development of the torpedo-ram cruiser is
analysed by Erwin F Sieche.

THE MAST AND FUNNEL QUESTION
John Brooks looks at fire-control positions in British
Dreadnoughts.

ON THE BRINK OF ARMAGEDDON
Capital ship development on the eve of The Great
War is examined by Keith McBride.

THE DAY THE ADMIRALS WEPT
R D Layman studies the impact of the sinking of the
former German battleship Ostfriesland.

BRITISH HEAVY COAST-DEFENCE GUNS IN WORLD WAR II
The history and technical details of the guns
employed at Dover and Singapore are described by
John Campbell.

THE 7600-TONNE CRUISERS
John Jordan looks at the design and traces the
employment of the cruisers of the La Galissonnière
class.

THE LAST OF THE CHINA GUNBOATS
Richard N J Wright tells the story of these vessels
from their entry into service at the end of the last
century.

GERMAN AUXILIARIES AT WAR 1939-1945
Pierre Hervieux outlines the wartime actions of the
German minesweepers, submarine chasers and
patrol boats.

WARRIOR AND MAGNIFICENT
Thomas G Lynch describes the operational
histories of these two carriers.

SIR ROWLAND BAKER
D K brown outlines the career of one of the great
British naval constructors.

THE 1950s COASTAL FRIGATE DESIGNS FOR THE
      ROYAL NAVY
An unbuilt 3rd Rate design is described by George
L Moore.

WARSHIP NOTES
Short articles devoted to some intriguing
backwaters of warship history.

THE NAVAL YEAR IN REVIEW
A summary of the significant events and
developments, compiled by Ian Sturton.
 


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