18th Century Shipbuilding. Remarks on the Navies of the English & the Dutch from Observations made at thier Dockyards in 1737. Translated and edited by David H. Roberts.

Utgitt: Rotherfield, East Sussex,
1992
4to. 374 s. Illustrert. Orig. bd. med vareomslag. Hilsen med penn.
Kommentar: “In 1737 Blaise Ollivier, Master Shipwright at Brest, was ordered by Maurepas, the French Minister of the Navy, to go to England and Holland in order to find out everything possible about how ships were built there, and what France might usefully imitate. Ollivier’s secret mission lasted nearly five months, during which time he visited all the major naval dockyards of both countries except Plymouth. At the conculsion he wrote a 360-page report entitled Remarks on the Navies of the English and the Dutch…”

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18th Century Shipbuilding. Remarks on the Navies of the English & the Dutch from Observations made at thier Dockyards in 1737. Translated and edited by David H. Roberts.