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Product NameThe Battleship Yamato (Anatomy of the Ship)
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AuthorJanusz Skulski
Page Count92
Long DescriptionWith the greatest displacement, biggest guns and heaviest armour, "Yamato" and her sister "Musashi" were the ultimate battleships. Everything about them was gigantic - each main armament turret, for example, had a total revolving weight of over 2500 tones - and they proved formidable opponents to the US Pacific Fleet. The author has assembled a portfolio of drawings, and the photographic section includes some very rare on-board views. This contribution to the "Conway's Anatomy of the Ship" series features over twice as many detailed drawings as a standard volume.
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