|Author:||Ray Jones,Bruce Roberts|
|Title:||Steel Ships and Iron Men: A Tribute to World War II Fighting Ships and the Men Who Served on Them|
|Format:||mobi lrf azw txt|
|ePUB size:||1537 kb|
|FB2 size:||1697 kb|
|DJVU size:||1613 kb|
|Publisher:||The Globe Pequot Press; 1st edition (November 1, 1991)|
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The men who survived these times were tough as nails. Expect stories set in this world to be filled with hard, uncompromising men who are covered in grime, with awful teeth, wooden legs, and stringy dirty hair. They will be drunk much of the time, usually off rum or grog (rum cut with water and lime juice). note Unless they're officers in a nation's navy, then they will be drunk on port or brandy. They may Talk Like a Pirate, and are quite likely to actually be pirates or, if not, fight them. Before becoming a writer Cooper had served in the merchant marine and the United States Navy, and his books not only inspired many young readers to go to sea, but also writers like Herman Melville and Joseph Conrad. Bloody Jack by L. A. Meyer. Two of her books contain elements of Wooden Ships and Iron Men. Mansfield Park: Fanny Price's father is an off-duty drunken sailor of a Lieutenant.
One of World War II's forgotten heroes, Admiral Lockwood drove the process for finding and fixing the three major defects. These sources are complemented by correspondence and interviews with men who actually participated in the events
Wooden Ships and Iron Men is a naval board wargame in which the players simulate combat by sailing ships of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, during the Age of Sail. The game was originally published by Battleline Publications in 1974 and republished by Avalon Hill in 1975, and is known as the definitive simulation of the period.
A comprehensive encyclopedia of the ships of World War II, with more than 1000 illustrations.
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