American Battleships, Carriers and Cruisers (Navies of the second world war)
British and Commonwealth Camouflage of WWII, volume 3
Cruisers, Minelayers and Armed Merchant Cruisers
by Malcolm Wright
British Warship Recognition – the Perkins Identification Albums
volume 1 – capital ships 1895-1939
Seaforth & National Maritime Museum, 2016.
British, French and German Warships at a Glance. 2nd edition
McMurtrie, Francis E. [introduction by]
Sampson Low…, ca.1939.
nice little identification guide to warships at the outbreak of world war 2.
Coaling of the U.S.S. Massachusetts at Sea
by Spencer Miller
New York, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1900.
11 page article from the Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, plus a series of 7 plates of photographs showing the coaling in process (by transfer from an accompanying collier).
Description of the First Class Cruisers “Powerful” and “Terrible”, to be built by contract
London, ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed, 23 August, 1893
parliamentary paper containing brief details of these two famous Victorian warships of the Royal Navy
Designs for the Denver Class, Sheathed Protected Cruisers
Hichborn, Chief Constructor Philip
New York, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1899.
17 page article from the Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, plus a series of 9 large folding plans.
Jane’s Fighting Ships 1905-6 [David & Charles reprint]
edited by Fred T.Jane
David & Charles, 1970.