U.S. Navy Battleships Camouflage 1941-1945

Grzegorz Nowak

The book is devoted entirely to the question of painting US battleships from the Second World War from the moment the United States joined the Second World War with the Japanese attack on the naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii until the day of capitulation Japan aboard the USS Missouri battleship on September 2, 1945
Date Published :
October 2019
Publisher :
MMPBooks
Contributor(s) :
Grzegorz Nowak
Language:
English
Series :
Maritime Series
Illustration :
420
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9788365958457
Pages : 300
Dimensions : 12 X 8.5 inches
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Overview
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The book is devoted entirely to the question of painting US battleships from the Second World War - from the moment the United States joined the Second World War with the Japanese attack on the naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii until the day of Japanese capitulation aboard the USS Missouri battleship on September 2, 1945.

The reader will find in it color plates presenting all the American battleships used in this period, a large number of historical photos illustrating the variety of camouflage used and information on guidelines, painting schemes and paints used on all 27 American battleships that took part in World War II.

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