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FREE STATE BATTLEWAGON: USS Maryland (BB-46) in WWII. She was fast, heavily armored, and her new 16-inch naval guns were bigger than any guns ever previously used on a U.S. battleship.

Click to EnlargeFREE STATE BATTLEWAGON: USS Maryland (BB-46). - Commissioned in 1921, the Maryland, or "Fighting Mary" as she was sometimes known, instantly became a most valuable asset of the United States Navy. She was fast for her day, heavily armored, and her new 16-inch naval guns were bigger than any guns ever previously used on US Navy battleships. This outstanding pictorial history of the Maryland records all of her prewar capabilities and does an excellent job of documenting her important role in the South Pacific in World War Two. Softcover, 48 pages, with many fine photos and a 22-inch centerfold full color image of Maryland.

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Group:
World War II
ID:
PH-BB46
Category:
Naval Warfare
Media:
Softcover book
Type:
Ship Histories
Price:
14.25
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