Schlachtschiffe, Kreuzer, Zerstörer, Torpedoboote 1933-1945
After World War II the German Reich could only maintain a small fleet for coastal protection. The Anglo-German Naval Agreement of 1935, this restriction fell away and the establishment and development of the Navy was nothing in the way. Mallman-Showell describes the important old and newly built battleships battleships, the heavy and light cruisers, the planned aircraft carrier "Graf Zeppelin" and the destroyers and torpedo boats that were left from 1933 to 1945 in the shipyards of the German Empire from the pile or were in the planning phase and under construction.
112 pages, 205 x 140 mm, 87 w illustrations, German language