Great Lakes Warships 1812-1815
When war broke out in 1812, neither the United States Navy nor the Royal Navy had more than a token force on the Great Lakes. However, once the shooting started, it sparked a ship-building arms race that continued throughout the war. This book examines the design and development of the warships built upon the lakes during the war, emphasising their differences from their salt-water contemporaries. It then goes onto cover their operational use as they were pitted against each other in a number of clashes on the lakes that often saw ships captured, re-crewed, and thrown back against their pervious owners. Released in 2012 to coincide with the 200th anniversary of the outbreak of the war, this is a timely look at a small, freshwater naval war.
Are there errors or omissions in this product information? Got corrections? Let us know at email@example.com.
Product Reviews (0)
Store Blog: He Once Got Lost in His Own Museum!,
more humble bundle,
The Monkey's Treefort,
Hellknight Access Questions,
Philadelphia DNC 2016,
Give the person above you a nickname.,
Feats for a Witch Familiar,
Paizo Blog: Goblins, Promo Cards, and the Adventure Card Guild,