Excellent book for 'from scratch' model makers as it includes the detailed drawings of John Lambert. In WW2, most of the Royal Australian Navy ships were acquired from the Royal Navy.
John Lambert was a renowned naval draughtsman, whose plans were highly valued for their accuracy and detail by modelmakers and enthusiasts. By the time of his death in 2016 he had produced over 850 sheets of drawings, many of which have never been published. These have now been acquired by Seaforth and this is the second of a planned series of albums on selected themes, reproducing complete sheets at a large page size, with an expert commentary and captioning. The initial volumes concentrate on British naval weaponry used in the Second World War, thus completing the project John Lambert was working on when he died. His interest was always focused on smaller warships and his weapons drawings tend to be of open mountings the kind that present a real challenge to modelmakers rather than enclosed turret guns, but he also produced drawings of torpedo tubes, underwater weapons, fire-control directors and even some specific armament-related deck fittings.
Following the first volume on destroyer armament, this one covers all such weapons carried by the various types of British escorts and minesweepers of this era, including the passive elements like sweeping gear, decoys and electronics.
- Book Condition:
- Is brand new but has a slight intransit bump to bottom corner board
- Outer Cover on Book:
- Hard Boards with Dust Jacket
- Total Pages:
- Dimensions in mm :
- 260 x 290 x 22
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