Shipbuilding from its beginnings
by Emile van Konijnenburg
May this book add its mite to a knowledge of the gradual evolution of shipbuilding; may it also cause to disappear this ridiculous way in which ancient ships used to be represented and, most of all, may it awaken the love for the building of ships.
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by Valentin Heller (ed.) - MDPI AG
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