Evolution of engineering in the Royal Navy / by P.M. Rippon. by P. M. Rippon

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  • Great Britain. -- Royal Navy -- History.,
  • Warships -- Great Britain -- History.,
  • Marine engineering -- Great Britain -- History.,
  • Naval architecture -- History.

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