|Product Name||Jane's Submarines|
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|Width||9 inches (convert)|
|Height||0.96 inches (convert)|
|Length||11.3 inches (convert)|
|Weight||427200 ounces (convert)|
|Long Description||The highly respected journalist and author, Robert Hutchinson, follows the development of the submarine as a weapon of war from its earliest designs in the 16th Century to the last vessels at sea today.Included are text, tables, illustrations and photographs of:The first submarinesWorld War I designsInter-war designs and disastersWorld War II operations’Cold War’ submarine design and operationsThe latest submarine designsSubmarine accidents through the years, including details on the Russian ‘Kursk’ that sank in 2000.Acclaimed naval artist Tony Gibbons has provided illustrations for many of the major ‘landmarks’ for designs from 1776 through to the present day.|
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