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Building the Wooden Fighting Ship

Building the Wooden Fighting Ship

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Building the Wooden Fighting Ship

by Dodds, James

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1784387525
ISBN 13
9781784387525
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Naval Institute Press. Used - Acceptable. May have underlining, highlighting, margin notes, significant shelf wear, and/or missing discs. Damaged item.

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Title
Building the Wooden Fighting Ship
Author
Dodds, James
Book Condition
Used - Acceptable
ISBN 10
1784387525
ISBN 13
9781784387525
Publisher
Naval Institute Press

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