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A History of Marine Navigation

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G. T. Foulis, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, 1973. Blue Vinyl. Book Condition: Almost fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Large tear and scuffing to the head of spine. Photographic (illustrator). Stated First Impression. XVI, 280 pages, includes bibliography, index. Text illustrated with line drawings, reproductions of maps, and black-and-white photographs (a total of 118 illustrations). Decorated dust jacket.

Describes the development of marine navigation from the earliest times to the present day, is written by a specialist for the delight of the layman and the appreciation of the sailor. The author first presents as a sink history of navigation, Succeeding chapters deal in depth with crucial aspects of navigation,

His book, profusely illustrated with half tones and line drawings, also includes a chapter on modern developments especially written by Capt Leonard Holder

Item details

Author(s):
May W.E.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0854291431
ISBN-13:
9780854291434
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Foulis

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G. T. Foulis, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, 1973. Blue Vinyl. Book Condition: Almost fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Large tear and scuffing to the head of spine. Photographic (illustrator). Stated First Impression. XVI, 280 pages, includes bibliography, index. Text illustrated with line drawings, reproductions of maps, and black-and-white photographs (a total of 118 illustrations). Decorated dust jacket.

Describes the development of marine navigation from the earliest times to the present day, is written by a specialist for the delight of the layman and the appreciation of the sailor. The author first presents as a sink history of navigation, Succeeding chapters deal in depth with crucial aspects of navigation,

His book, profusely illustrated with half tones and line drawings, also includes a chapter on modern developments especially written by Capt Leonard Holder

Author(s):
May W.E.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0854291431
ISBN-13:
9780854291434
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Foulis

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