Osprey's: German Battleships 1914-18 Vol 1.

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Osprey's: German Battleships 1914-18 Vol 1.

Post by Kyler » Thu Apr 01, 2010 8:19 pm

I recently purchased Osprey's: German Battleships 1914-18 Vol 1.

Overall for what it is it is a good book. It is a short and concise book about the Pre-Dreadnought Deutschland Class & Dreadnought class Nassau & Helogland classes. The book includes some very good pictures and illustrations like all Osprey publications have.

Again the only main problem with the book is the cost. Osprey books are expensive for the amount of material provided. I purchased this book since there very few publications that can be found about German Battleships before & during WW1. I purchased the book from Amazon.com for $12 with free shipping, though I wouldn't pay $20 for at Borders or Barnes & Noble.
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Re: Osprey's: German Battleships 1914-18 Vol 1.

Post by celticmarine10 » Mon Feb 21, 2011 3:54 am

Hello Kyler!
I myself purchased several books online from Osprey, and your right! They are Very expensive. I bought mine through Barnes and Noble, but from authorized sellers. which cost slightly less
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