By Witold Koszela
Another “work of art” from the Kagero people of Lublin in Poland. This one comprises a series of general arrangement, profile and detail drawing of this famous and still extant warship of the Second World War.
As usual, there is a very interesting and informative potted history to enhance the impressively detailed drawings. These drill down to items such as the gun mountings and the Vought Kingfisher aircraft that were carried on the ship.
This publication is part of a series that is uniformly detailed, informative and useful.
Available from Kagero Publishing, Lublin, Poland.
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