Author:FITZSIMONS, Bernard


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150 Years of Canadian Railroads. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket


Price: $20.00

Publisher: Royce Publications, Toronto, 1984, ISBN:0774035366:

Seller ID: 98690

FITZSIMONS, Bernard. 150 Years of Canadian Railroads. (Toronto): Royce Publications, (1984). First Canadian Edition. Pp (6),[7]-155,(5). Large 8vo [240 x 310 mm], maroon cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "Behind the modern railways map of Canada, with its great transcontinental routes, its network of grain lines in the Prairies, its northern extensions tapping the mineral riches of Labrador and the Northwest Territories, lie 150 years of colourful and exciting history. The first short lines, built to bypass obstacles in the waterways that formed the natural routes of settlement, were followe... View more info

Warships & Sea Battles of World War I.

By: FITZSIMONS, Bernard, (ed.)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Phoebus, London, 1973, ISBN:0702600040:

Seller ID: 20788

FITZSIMONS, Bernard, (ed.). Warships & Sea Battles of World War I. London :Phoebus, (1973). First Printing. Pp (3),4-160. Double / triple column. Ill ustrated. 4to, blue cloth. "On November 21, 1918, the German High Seas Fleet steamed out into the North Sea to surrender to the greatest naval force ever assembled: the British Grand Fleet, a single great column of warships 370 strong. Seven months later, most of the German ships were at the bottom of the Scapa Flow, scuttled by their own crews." "Balance of Naval Power, August 1914" by Peter Kemp; "Heligoland: The First Sea B... View more info

Warships of the First World War.

By: FITZSIMONS, Bernard, (ed.). Purnell's History of the World Wars Special

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Phoebus, London, 1973,:

Seller ID: 66865

FITZSIMONS, Bernard, edited by. Warships of the First World War. L.: Phoebus, 1973. Pp. 63. Illustrated with numerous photo reproductions and colour drawings to text; triple column. 4to, illustrated card covers. Purnell's History of the World Wars Special. "In this book we examine the balance of naval power of all the nations involved in the war, show the technical advances the war inspired, and look at some of the more exciting and significant naval exploits." -from the text. The text is very well supported by numerouscolour images. Light smudging to front, long vertical wrinkle to re... View more info