Dreadnought Battleship Owners Workshop Manual

Dreadnought and Super Dreadnought 1906 - 1916

by Chris McNab

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When HMS Dreadnought was commissioned into the Royal Navy in 1906 this revolutionary new class of big-gun iron-clad warship immediately changed the face of naval warfare, rendering all other battleships worldwide obsolete. Known collectively as 'Dreadnoughts', these powerful warships from Britain and Germany fought at the Battle of Jutland in May 1916, in the greatest clash of naval firepower in history.

Contents:
● Dreadnoughts and Super Dreadnoughts Origins and Evolution
● The Layout of the Ship
● Firepower
● Propulsion and Electrical Systems
● Crew and their Responsibilities
● Dreadnoughts in War and Peace
● The Restoration of HMS Caroline

Chris McNab gives detailed insights into the design, operation and combat history of these incredible vessels, including coverage of the restoration in Belfast of the light cruiser HMS Caroline - the only surviving Jutland veteran.

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  • Publisher: Haynes Publications
  • ISBN: 1785210688 (1-785-21068-8)
  • ISBN-13: 9781785210686 (978-1-785-21068-6)
  • Format: Hardcover, 160 page
  • Date Published: 2016

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