- Author:Richard Hough
- Publisher:Periscope Publishing Ltd (June 2003)
- Pages:268 pages
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Hough, Richard, 1922-1999.
Hough, Richard, 1922-1999. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Richard Hough's "Dreadnought" is a definitive history of the dreadnought battleship from the design & construction of HMS DREADNOUGHT through to the battleships constructed and designed at the end of WWII. The book is a great read and details the impact of the namesake ship on the navies of the world and the arms race it initiated; culminating in WWI. This book is a good companion to the other "DREADNOUGHT" by historian Robert Massie; focused on that impact that the ship had on the path to WWI. Get them both.
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The battleship era began with the launch of HMS Dreadnought in 1906 and ended when air power became the .
The battleship era began with the launch of HMS Dreadnought in 1906 and ended when air power became the dominant force. Many battleships remain household names and the losses of the Hood, Bismarck, Yamato and Arizona still echo through the decades because of their fascinating stories. Categories: History\Military History. Издательство: Periscope Publishing.
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The Great War at Sea: 1914-1918. Author: Richard Hough. The history of the First World War is dominated by the monumental battles of Northern France. But the Great War was fought at sea as well as on land. The narrative follows the race to war, including the construction of the Dreadnought, the biggest, fastest, most heavily gunned battleship in the world; and against the backdrop of feuds, scheming, and personality clashes at the Admiralty, examines the triumphs and tragedies of the great battles and campaigns. Could the appalling losses have been avoided during the Dardanelles?