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4 edition of Fairmile "D" motor torpedo boat. found in the catalog.

Fairmile "D" motor torpedo boat.

by Lambert, John.

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Published by Conway in London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL22278031M
ISBN 100851773214

Buy The Fairmile 'D' Motor Torpedo Boat by John Lambert from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Motor Torpedo Boat: Class: Fairmile D: Pennant: MTB Mod: Motor Torpedo Boat: Built by: Brooke Marine Ltd. (Oulton Broad, England, U.K.) Ordered: 28 Nov Laid down: Launched: Commissioned: 20 Jul Lost: 10 Jun History: Sunk by gunfire from German surface vessels off the Dutch coast on 10 June

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lambert, John, Fairmile 'D' motor torpedo boat. London: Conway Maritime Press, (OCoLC)   Read Book PDF Online Here ?book=[PDF Download] The Fairmile 'D' Motor Torpedo Boat (Anatomy of the Ship) [Download] Online.

Fairmile D-type motor gun/torpedo boats (MGB, - ) - Royal Navy (United Kingdom) - BFD At Elco's Bayonne, N.J., plant, PT construction was started with the boat upside down; when bottom and side planking was completed, the hull was turned over in a special sling.   The Fairmile 'D' motor torpedo boat by Lambert, John, , Naval Institute Press edition, in EnglishPages:


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Fairmile "D" motor torpedo boat by Lambert, John. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Fairmile 'D' Motor Torpedo/Gun Boats were vicious little fighters that packed as much firepower as a World War I destroyer onto a ton hull. Despite their ungainly appearance, these vessels have proved a source of fascination since the end of World War II, and they were the subject of the fifth book in Conway's "Anatomy of the Ship" series/5(17).

The Fairmile 'D' Motor Torpedo/Gun Boats were vicious little fighters that packed as much firepower as a World War I destroyer onto a ton hull. Despite their ungainly appearance, these vessels have proved a source of fascination since the end of World War II, and they were the subject of the fifth book in Conway's "Anatomy of the Ship" by: 1.

The Fairmile 'D' Motor Torpedo/Gun Boats were vicious little fighters that packed as much firepower as a World War I destroyer onto a ton hull.

Despite their ungainly appearance, these vessels have proved a source of fascination since the end of World War II, and they were the subject of the fifth book in Conway's "Anatomy of the Ship" series/5(16). The Fairmile 'D' Motor Torpedo/Gun Boats were vicious little fighters that packed as much firepower as a World War I destroyer onto a ton hull.

Despite their ungainly appearance, these vessels have proved a source of fascination since the end of World War II, and they were the subject of the fifth book in Conway's "Anatomy of the Ship" series/5(12). The Fairmile Type D torpedo/gun boat was the most heavily armed coastal vessel regularly employed by Allied forces in World War II.

With a top speed of 31 knots and an ton displacement, the boat was a potent force in protecting littoral waterways and was tasked with performing anti-submarine and mine warfare operations. The Fairmile D motor torpedo boat was a type of British Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB) designed by Bill Holt and conceived by Fairmile Marine for the Royal med "Dog Boats", they were designed to combat the known advantages of the German E-boats over previous British coastal craft designs.

They were bigger than earlier MTB or Motor Gun Boat (MGB) designs (which were typically around. A motor torpedo boat is a fast torpedo boat, especially of the mid 20th motor in the designation originally referred to their use of petrol engines, typically marinised aircraft engines or their derivatives, which distinguished them from other naval craft of the era, including other torpedo boats, that used steam turbines or reciprocating steam engines.

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Despite their ungainly appearance, these vessels have proved a source of fascination since the end of World War II, and they were the subject of the fifth book in Conway's "Anatomy of the Ship" series/5.

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Available now at - ISBN: - Hardcover - Conway Maritime Press - Book Condition: BRAND NEW - Dust Jacket Included - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket - The Fairmile Type D torpedo/gun boat was the most heavily armed coastal vessel regularly employed by Allied forces in World War II.

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The Fairmile D Motor Torpedo Boat by Fairmile Marine Media in category "Fairmile D Motor Torpedo Boats" The following 11 files are in this category, out of 11 total. New hardbound book: "THE FAIRMILE 'D' MOTOR TORPEDO BOAT. Written by John Lambert. From the Anatomy of a Ship series.

Purchased new from the Naval Institute Press in Annapolis!, the importer. Printed in Great Britain. There should be no import duty if shipped to the CommonwealthBrand: Naval Institute.

C class Motor Gun Boats – Length ′ – knots D class Motor Torpedo Boats – Length ′ – knots; Motor Gun Boats – Length ′ – knots The Fairmiles serving the Royal Australian Navy were “B” type MLs with a speed of approximately 20 knots, although ML constructed by Wright Ship Building Yards in Brisbane.

The Fairmile Type D was designed to combat the known advantages of German S-boats (Schnellboote - but always called 'E-boats' by the Allies) over previous British coastal craft designs. This book. The Fairmile D motor torpedo boat was a type of British Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB) designed by Bill Holt and conceived by Fairmile Marine for the Royal med "Dog Boats", they were designed to combat the known advantages of the German E-boats over previous British coastal craft were bigger than earlier MTB or Motor Gun Boat (MGB) designs (which were typically around 70 feet.

The last of the 'Fairmile' launches - gunboats, torpedo boats, Special Forces launches, and much more - is to be restored by The National Museum of the Royal Navy. A Maritime Films UK - .This is a new book titled The Fairmile 'D' Motor Torpedo Boat.

by John Lambert ISBN X Published: by Conway Maritime Press. pages and illustrated throughout. The book includes a 1/75 scale fold out plan of the boat.