MBI Publishing Company | 2000 | ISBN: 0760310181 | English | 200 pages | PDF | 28.3 MB
Before the nuclear bomb, no weapon on earth had evoked so much fear, veneration and passion as the battleship. In destructive power it had no equal. unveils the epic saga of power, international politics, and one-upmanship that led to the titanic wars of the twentieth century. It is a story involving rulers, war lords and admirals who all became intoxicated by the grandeur, majesty and sheer power of these floating fortresses.