Dreadnought Gunnery and the Battle of Jutland: The Question of Fire Control by John Brooks ISBN: 9780415407885 Published byRoutledge on September 1st 2006 Genres:Military, Naval Pages: 321
Len's Summary: Gunnery, a subject that has fascinated naval historians for centuries, is also covered in Joh T. Sumuda's In Defense of Naval Supremacy: Financial Limitation, Technological Innovation and British Naval Policy, 1899-1914, Routledge, 1989 (hardback) and 1993 (paper).
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