HMS Duke of York was the third of the King George V class battleships to be built after a lull in battleship design and construction following the signing of the Washington Naval Treaty. The battleship was laid down on May 5, 1937 at John Brown & Company Limited, Shipbuilding & Engineering Works in Clydebank, Scotland. She was commissioned four and a half years later, on November 4, 1941.
â€¢ 32 pages
â€¢ drawings sheets
â€¢ colour profiles
â€¢ 4 double A2 sheet with colour scheme
â€¢ Format (sizes): (210×297 mm)
â€¢ booklet binding
210 x 297 mm Highly illustrated 9788364596025