126 books (7 pages) in this category

Land Rover: The Story of the Car that Conquered the World

by Ben Fogle

As quintessentially British as a plate of fish and chips or a British Bulldog, the boxy, utilitarian Land Rover Defender has become an iconic part of what it is to be British. It is said that for more than half the world's population, the first

ISBN: 9780008194253

Binding: Paperback


Learning To Fly Helicopters 2/E

by R. Padfield

ISBN: 9780071808613

Binding: Paperback


London Games in Motion

by No Author Provided

ISBN: 9781780672748

Binding: Paperback


Mahan on Naval Warfare


Over 40 articles cover naval principles, sea power in history and naval and national policies. Wide-ranging coverage of strategic positions, principles of naval administration, growth of British sea power, The Battle of Trafalgar, the moral ...

ISBN: 9780486407296

Binding: Paperback


Making Cars at Cowley


In 1913 an ambitious young businessman named William Morris converted a derelict military college on the outskirts of Oxford into an assembly hall for motor vehicles. He thus opened the first chapter in one of the most extraordinary success ...

ISBN: 9780752491462

Binding: Paperback


Modern Compressible Flow: With Historical Perspective

by John Anderson

ISBN: 9780072424430

Binding: Hardback


Moving Metropolis (2nd Edition)

by David Lawrence

ISBN: 9781780676715

Binding: Paperback


Narratives of the Wreck of the Whale-Ship Essex


In 1819, the American whaler Essex was sailing deep into the great equatorial hunting grounds of the Pacific when it was destroyed by a maddened sperm whale. By all reports, the 85-foot whale deliberately rammed the ship twice and sank it. The ...

ISBN: 9780486261218

Binding: Paperback


Old Ship Figure-Heads and Sterns


As a history of decorative naval architecture, this unique book takes a well-illustrated look at a fascinating variety of shipboard ornamentations, systematically explaining where ideas and forms originated through the ages, and how nations ...

ISBN: 9780486415338

Binding: Paperback


OLE Bill: London Buses and the First World War

by William D. Ward

Ole Bill is still a very popular exhibit at the London Transport Museum today. The book explains the role London Transport staff played during WW1, taking their vehicles to war as transport and ambulances for the troops. The books looks at the ...

ISBN: 9781871829228

Binding: Paperback


Pbs Basic Aerobatics

by Geza Szurovy

ISBN: 9780070629264

Binding: Paperback


Pbs Marlinspike Sailor

by Hervey Smith

ISBN: 9780070592186

Binding: Paperback


Picture History of the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth


Big, fast, and powerful, the Queen Mary lived a long life that included 1,001 successful Atlantic crossings. Launched in Southampton, England in 1934, the ship at one time held the record for the fastest-ever North Atlantic crossing, and for a ...

ISBN: 9780486435091

Binding: Paperback


Pilots Handbook Of Aeronautical Knowledge 5/E

by Paul Illman

ISBN: 9780071808590

Binding: Paperback


Pirates and Piracy


Pirates and acts of piracy were not limited to the Caribbean Sea and the 16th and 17th centuries, as is commonly thought, but ranged far across time and place. Men of adventure who took to pirating in classical times around the Mediterranean are

ISBN: 9780486448602

Binding: Paperback


Planking Techniques For Model Ship Builders

by Donald Dressel

ISBN: 9780830628681

Binding: Paperback


Pontiac Trans Am

50 Years

by Tom Glatch

Pontiac Trans Am shows this dominating machines full history, from early days burning up both race tracks and Hollywood to its final days as the most potent muscle car made. ...

ISBN: 9780760357668

Binding: Hardback


Practice Makes Perfect Basic English, 2/E

by Lachance

ISBN: 9780071849623

Binding: Paperback




From her shipyard construction and maiden voyage to her decades-long career as the world's most magnificent ocean liner, here is the grand history of Cunard's longest-serving vessel, the Queen Elizabeth 2. This lavishly illustrated book portrays

ISBN: 9780486463018

Binding: Paperback


QE2: A 50th Anniversary Celebration


AUSTRALIAN AUTHORS Fifty years ago the last British built transatlantic liner was launched. Christened by HM The Queen on 20 September 1967, the 963ft-long vessel was named Queen Elizabeth 2. By the end of that same day, she was already known ...

ISBN: 9780750970280

Binding: Hardback