WARSHIPS OF THE GREAT WAR ERA — A HISTORY IN SHIP MODELS
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The famous Greenwich National Maritime Museum currently houses the huge collection of scale ship models, which is actually treated as the largest one in the world. The majority of the ship models presented in the museum are official artifacts that have been made by the navy craftsmen or by the ship constructors themselves.
The historical period referred is from around the middle of seventeen century up to today. they are representing a 3D archive of a truly unique authority and importance. The ship models are deservedly treated as the invaluable historical evidence offering remarkable level of detailed elaboration than the best plans could do, and demonstrating exactly what the vessels looked like centuries ago.
We highly recommend this publication not only to the ship modelers but also to all people with the interest in naval history taking into account that most of the vessels addressed are historical, and also to the shipbuilders and naval architects who may have a look and see how the vessels of past centuries used to be constructed and build, get familiarized with the arrangements on board etc.; all of them will definitely appreciate and benefit of the content of this document.
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