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Lost Subs: From the Hunley to the Kursk, the Greatest Submarines Ever Lost: and Found by Spencer Dunmore - First Edition - 2002 - from BookLovers of Bath (SKU: 190998)

Lost Subs: From the Hunley to the Kursk, the Greatest Submarines Ever Lost: and Found

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Lost Subs: From the Hunley to the Kursk, the Greatest Submarines Ever Lost: and Found

by Spencer Dunmore

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Very Good — in Very Good Dust Wrapper. First blank has a vertical crease where it's been trapped under the upper board.
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0306811405
ISBN 13
9780306811401
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New York: Da Capo Press, 2002. Hardback. Very Good — in Very Good Dust Wrapper. First blank has a vertical crease where it's been trapped under the upper board. Text complete, clean and tight otherwise. . Jonathan Blair & Brian Skerry (photos.). First edition (first printing). Hardback in dust wrapper (black boards with silver titling to the spine) Physically 9¼” x 10¼” (1.6 kg); 176pp; Index; Bibliography; Illustrated by Jonathan Blair & Brian Skerry (photos.); Preface by Robert D. Ballard; Includes: Colour profiles; Black & white photographs; Colour photographs; ISBN: 0-306-81140-5 || The book is in stock and ships from the pastoral paradise of Peasedown St. John, nearly in Bath, from a long-in-the-tooth bookseller - guaranteed by my sound reputation and the Consumer Contracts Regulations. REMEMBER! Buying my copy of this book means the bookshop Jack Russells get their supper! My Book#(190998)|| Condition:

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Bookseller's Inventory #
190998
Title
Lost Subs: From the Hunley to the Kursk, the Greatest Submarines Ever Lost: and Found
Author
Spencer Dunmore
Illustrator
Jonathan Blair & Brian Skerry (photos.)
Format/binding
Hardback
Book condition
Used - Very Good — in Very Good Dust Wrapper. First blank has a vertical crease where it's been trapped under the upper board.
Quantity-available
1
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0306811405
ISBN 13
9780306811401
Publisher
New York: Da Capo Press
Place of Publication
Toronto
Date Published
2002
Keywords
submarines, ships, submarine disasters, russian navy nuclear submarines, kursk, turtle, nautilus, john holland, submarine design, german u-boats, royal navy squalus, royal navy thetis, u-boat war, nuclear submarine scorpion, first edition books, books by

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