- Author:Klaus-Peter Schmolke,Geoffrey Brooks,Gerhard Koop
- Publisher:Naval Inst Pr (April 1, 2001)
- Pages:208 pages
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Gerhard Koop (Author), Klaus-Peter Schmolke (Author), Geoffrey Brooks (Translator) & 0 more.
Gerhard Koop (Author), Klaus-Peter Schmolke (Author), Geoffrey Brooks (Translator) & 0 more. This book is an outstanding book about the little known German Warship Admiral Hipper which went on to survive World War Two. Only to be destroyed in the Bikini Island Atomic Bomb Test as so many other captured ships from that conflict were. Shame when you consider that these ships could have been GREAT show pieces of living history had they not been so carelesly abused.
by Koop Gerhard (Author), Schmolke Klaus-Peter (Author), Geoffrey Brooks (Author) & 0 more.
This volume introduces the heavy cruisers of the Admiral Hipper class. Development and Construction. It begins with the developmental stages of the type, providing details of design and construction and comprehensive technical tables covering armament, machinery and equipment. The term ‘heavy cruiser’ came into use as a result of the post-World War I Washington Conference held by the victorious naval powers in an attempt to end the naval arms race.
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Koop Gerhard, Schmolke Klaus-Peter, Geoffrey Brooks. An illustrated history of one of the world's most formidable and revolutionary warship classes.
Klaus-Peter Schmolke is well known for his superb technical drawings. Bibliographic Details. Title: Heavy Cruisers of the Admiral Hipper Class:. Publisher: US Naval Institute Press Publication Date: 2001 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Good. Products of Germany's race to rearm in the late 1930s, heavy cruisers of the Admiral Hipper class were, for their time, among the world's most formidable and revolutionary warships. In World War II they participated in the battle for Norway and Operation Cerberus, and were part of anti-convoy operations and Baltic patrols.
Gerhard Koop, Klaus-Peter Schmolke. Series: Warships of the Kriegsmarine . ISBN-10: 1848321953. Join us now! 3. 00+ plastic modelers use us.
Gerhard Koop & Klaus-Peter Schmolke
Gerhard Koop & Klaus-Peter Schmolke. See all. Item description. This valuable reference book traces the development and building of ships in the class and presents the career history of each vessel, drawn from ships' logs and official battle reports. About this item.
Of the five heavy cruisers allowed by the Anglo-German Naval Treaty of 1935 only . There is an interested contrast here with his book on German light cruisers, where he was very critical of the ships themselves.
Of the five heavy cruisers allowed by the Anglo-German Naval Treaty of 1935 only three were ever completed. The fourth was chosen for conversion to an aircraft carrier, but not completed in that role either, and the fifth abandoned while under construction. The three that were completed had very different fates. The Admiral Hipper was wrecked by RAF bombs in 1945. This entry in Koop's impressive series on German warships looks at all five of these ships, with the most material on the three that were completed.
Gerhard Koop (author), Klaus-Peter Schmolke (author)
Gerhard Koop (author), Klaus-Peter Schmolke (author). This valuable reference book, in the same format as the successful Battleships of the Bismarck Class, Battleships of the Scharnhorst Class and Pocket Battleships of the Deutschland Class, traces the development and building of the class and presents the history of each individual ship. Statistical information and complete technical specifications are included, giving an insight into the performance and potential of each vessel. The career history of each vessel is also outlined and is based on primary sources, extracts from the ships' logs and official battle reports.