|Author:||National Maritime Museum|
|Title:||Swords for Sea Service|
|Format:||azw lit lrf docx|
|ePUB size:||1318 kb|
|FB2 size:||1680 kb|
|DJVU size:||1425 kb|
|Publisher:||Stationery Office Books (January 1971)|
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Swords for Sea Service. May and National Maritime Museum (Great Britain). Extending the work begun by the Late Captain . Bosanquet in his book The Naval Officer's Sword (HMSO, 1955, now out of print), this new study is based on the sword collection, which includes dirks and cutlasses, in the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich. By (author) National Maritime Museum. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).
Download pdf book by National Maritime Museum (Great Britain) - Free eBooks. Photographs of some 150 swords, dirks and cutlasses illustrate the more important variations relating to each type, and each general group is drawn together to present a coherent story, with weapons placed in a personal historical context by the provision of brief biographical studies of those by whom they were used.
In 1808 they became Woolley, Deakin and Dutton. It is thought that this type of sword was carried by officers of the Royal Marines, rather than officers of the Royal Navy. Annis, 'Swords for Sea Service' (London: . Woolley & Deakin.
Swords For Sea Service by. National Maritime Museum (Great Britain), . Richard Dunn, Rebekah Higgitt. National Maritime Museum (Great Britain).
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