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    Seaforth Publishing SFP142-7
    No ScaleGerman Naval Camouflage Vol I: 1939-41 For half a century German warship camouflage has been something of a mystery for warship enthusiasts and modelmaker's. The widespread destruction of naval archives at the end of the war left little documentation, while the ad hoc application of unofficial schemes in theatres like Norway led to many variegated and frequently altered patterns. This book, therefore, is based on close scrutin...Ship booksCatalogue£35.002
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    Seaforth Publishing SFP205-9
    No ScaleBritish and Commonwealth Warship Camouflage of the WWII. Volume 1. 9781848322059 In this book by maritime artist Mal Wright both the official and unofficial paint schemes that adorned ships of the Royal Navy and Commonwealth are depicted in detail, along with discussion on changes of armament and electronics that effected the outward appearance of each ship. Starting with destroyers from WWI still in service during WW2, t...Ship booksCatalogue£30.004
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    Seaforth Publishing SFP253-0
    No ScaleBritish and Commonwealth Warship camouflage of WWII (Volume 2) by Malcolm Wright 9781848322530Ship booksCatalogue£30.001
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    Seaforth Publishing SFP337-6
    No ScaleShipCraft 24: Japanese Battleships IJN Fuso and IJN Ise classes by Robert Brown 9781473883376Ship booksCatalogue£14.991
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    Seaforth Publishing SFP420-6
    No ScaleBritish and Commonwealth Warship Camouflage of WWII Volume 3 9781848324206Ship booksCatalogue£30.000
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    Seaforth Publishing SFP539-3
    No ScaleItalian Naval Camouflage of World War II 9781526735393 Hardback by Marco GhiglinoPublished: July 2018Ship booksCatalogue£35.002
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    Seaforth Publishing SFP885-3
    No ScaleBritish Town Class Cruisers 9781526718853 Hardback by Conrad Waters. Entering service between 1937 and 1939, the ten British Town' class cruisers were the most modern vessels of their type in the Royal Navy when the Second World War began. Built in response to large 6-inch gunned cruisers in the US and Japanese Navies and primarily designed for the defence of trade, they saw arduous service in a wide range of roles, playing a ...Ship booksCatalogue£40.003