Landungsschiffe der U.S. Navy seit 1939

Landungsschiffe der U.S. Navy seit 1939
Landing ships have a permanent place in the American fleet today. They stand as a separate genus between the combat and auxiliary ships. In WW II they became so important. The richly illustrated type book by Wilhelm M. Donko offers an overview of this diverse and varied ship category, without them a global safety concept would not be enforceable: Over 2000 landing ships of the American Navy are listed in detail according to types and classes. The focus is on the approx. 600 "amphibious mother ships" of the U.S. Navy.
With about 300 photos.

Author(s): Wilhelm Donko
Publisher: Pietsch
Pages: 224
Language: German
Edition: 1
Year of publication: 2020
Dimensions: 26,5 x 23 cm
Binding: Hardcover
Weight: 1.20 kg

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