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The Resource 13 sharks : the careers of a series of small Royal Navy ships, from the glorious Revolution to D-Day, John D. Grainger

13 sharks : the careers of a series of small Royal Navy ships, from the glorious Revolution to D-Day, John D. Grainger

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13 sharks : the careers of a series of small Royal Navy ships, from the glorious Revolution to D-Day
Title
13 sharks
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the careers of a series of small Royal Navy ships, from the glorious Revolution to D-Day
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John D. Grainger
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Thirteen sharks
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eng
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non fiction
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13 sharks : the careers of a series of small Royal Navy ships, from the glorious Revolution to D-Day, John D. Grainger
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13 sharks : the careers of a series of small Royal Navy ships, from the glorious Revolution to D-Day, John D. Grainger
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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1 online resource (249 pages)
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online
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9781473877269
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