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Ships: Through The Ages

Frank C. Bowen (Author)
Synopsis This is an authentic study of the ships of the world. The author has made us believe about the contribution of marine transport towards the progress man has made over the years. Quoting Rudyard Kiplings from – The Seven Seas, he speaks about the experience of cargo steamers which he thinks has remain neglected but are as important to the country as the spick-and-span linear and the mighty man-of-war, and no less important in the national service are the unkempt coasters, the puffing, self-important, little tugs, the stately sailing ships, the picturesque barges, and the various types of vessels engaged in fishing and transport. There is nothing to be gained by attempting to place them in order of importance – every one of them pulls her weight for the nation, and without perfect team work the nation would at once lose her place as Mistress of the Seas. Also describes two various types of marine transport and how they have improved over the years. The book depicts some very interesting tales related to marine life.
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Title Ships: Through The Ages
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8182900026
length xii+272p., Figures; Plates; Glossary; 28cm.
Subjects History