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Shipping Wonders of the World (Magazine) - The French Navy - Part 45 (Forty-Five)

By: Carr, F.G.G.; Bowen, Frank C.; Bywater, Hector C.; Wood, Walter; Hardy, A.C.; Chatterton, Lieut.-Com. E. Keble

Price: $69.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated Press: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 845g1058

Condition: Good


Pages 1413-1444. Many great black and white photos. Features: Youth at the Helm - William Albert Robinson sailed round the world from New York between June 1928 and November 1931 in a ketch only 32 feet 6 inches long (conclusion); Vanishing Coastal Craft - no fewer than 200 distinct types of coastal craft round the shores of Great Britain are rapidly disappearing; Pelagic Whaling - old methods of whaling have been largely superseded by floating factories that can work independently of any land base; The French Navy; Fishery Protection - Britain's Fishery Protection Service; Britain's Passen... View more info

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Shipping Wonders of the World - The Romance of the Panama Canal - Part 10 (Ten)

By: Dean, F.E.; Bowen, F.C.; Howard, Sidney; Keble Chatterton, Lieut.-Com. E.

Price: $59.95

Publisher: London, The Amalgamated Press, Ltd.: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 845g1042

Condition: Good


Pages 293-324. Features: Story of the Marine Engine (1); The Record Breaker "Lightning" - a famous racing clipper; Through the Ithsmus of Panama; Alain Gerbault and the "Firecrest"; Launching Ceremonies - various methods are used to launch new ships; Epics of Submarines - stories of gallantry and escapes from death. Includes photos of the liner St. Paul on her side beside a quay in New York. Moderate wear. Three-hole punched. Unmarked. A sound copy. View more info

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Shipping Wonders of the World - The "Queen Mary's" Engines - Part 39 (Thirty-Nine)

By: Dean, F.E.; Holmes, Capt. J.W.; Bowen, Frank C.; Carr, F.G.G.; Chatterton, Lieut.-Com. E. Keble

Price: $69.95

Publisher: London, The Amalgamated Press, Ltd.: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 845g1052

Condition: Good


Pages 1221-1252. Many great black and white photos. Features: Erling Tambs and the "Teddy" (continued); The Queen Mary's Engines - article, photos and nice colour illustration of the vessel at sea; Fifty Years in Sail - Vivid extracts from the log of the late Captain J.W. Holmes; Troops and Trooping - the work of troopships during the war of 1914-18 solved problems that had never before arisen on so large a scale; Yacht Cruising - amateurs may now set about yacht cruising in an economical and seamanlike manner; Battle of the Nile - the engagement in Aboukir Bay between Nelson and Nap... View more info

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Shipping Wonders of the World (Magazine) - The United States Navy - Part 44 (Forty-Four)

By: Gregory, F. Dickson; Bywater, Hector C.; Dean, F.E.; Howard, Sidney

Price: $69.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated Press: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 845g1057

Condition: Good


Pages 1381-1412. Many great black and white photos. Features: Captain Fryatt and the "Brussels" in the War of 1914-1918 (continued); Australia's Oldest Steamship - The "Edina"; The United States Navy; Luxury Cruising - The Arandora Star of the Blue Star Line; Sailing Ships in Collision - off Newcastle, New South Wales, April 1902 - photos with captions; By-Passing Niagara - the new Welland Canal; Youth at the Helm - William Albert Robinson sailed round the world from New York between June 1928 and November 1931 in a ketch only 32 feet 6 inches long. Moderate wear. Unmarked.... View more info

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Shipping Wonders of the World - New York, Key to a Continent - Part 18 (Eighteen)

By: Howard, Sidney; Bowen, Frank C.

Price: $69.95

Publisher: London, The Amalgamated Press, Ltd.: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 845g1050

Condition: Good


Pages 549-580 Many great black and white photos. Features: Continuation of "Chelyuskin" Rescue article; Refrigerated Ships; Great Ports of the World - New York - fantastic photos including centrefold; The Work of Trinity House - maintenance of navigation marks and lights around the British Coast-lines and the provision of an efficient pilotage service; Raising a German Submarine Minelayer - UC 44. Moderate wear. Three-hole punched. Unmarked. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Shipping Wonders of the World - Navies of the British Dominions - Part 38 (Thirty-Eight)

Shipping Wonders of the World - Navies of the British Dominions - Part 38 (Thirty-Eight)

By: Howard, Sidney; Bywater, Hector C.; Bex, F.A.; Bowen, Frank C.

Price: $69.95

Publisher: London, The Amalgamated Press, Ltd.: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 845g1051

Condition: Good


Pages 1189-1220. Many great black and white photos. Features: Continuation of article in last issue; The River Congo - Central Africa's Highway; The Navies Belonging to the British Commonwealth; Navigational Charts; Clipper Ship the "Marco Polo" - one of the fastest vessels of her time; Norway to New Zealand in a Cutter - Erling Tambs and "Teddy". Moderate wear. Unmarked. Three-hole punched. A sound copy. View more info