US NAVY BATTLESHIPS 1886-98: New Vanguard 271
The development of the first true U.S. battle ships began with the experimental Maine and Texas, followed by the three ship Indiana class, and the Iowa class. In the naval battles of the Spanish-American War, they proved that the United States was now a significant naval power. Well illustrated, some in color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 3871444
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