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Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1967. Second Printing. 497, wraps, tables, notes, library stamps fore-edge, ink name front flylf, sm crease fr cover, cover & spine edges worn, spine faded Contributors include Lt. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, Morris Janowitz, Margaret Mead, Senator Edward Kennedy, and Robert Samuelson.
Washington DC: United States Navy Department, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Division of Naval Intelligence, Identification and Characteristics Section, 1942. Presumed First Edition and First printing thus. Loose-leaf, string tied. The format is approximately 10.25 inches by 6 inches. 102 pages Illustrated index. Alphabetical Index. It is three-hole punched and held together by cord tied between the first and third hole. Stiff blue card stock for front and back covers. Guide to Russian Merchant ships during World War II, with major vessels identified by name, others by class. Includes photos of each as well as some profiles, specifications and descriptions. A loose-leaf arrangement has been adopted to facilitate the addition and substitution of sheets as issued. In order to permit free and general use of O. N. I. 54-R by the Forces Afloat, a low classification has been assigned to it. The purpose for which O. N. I. 208-R has been prepared is for use of United States armed forces in the Pacific. Many of the vessels illustrated may be encounters in areas in which United States naval forces are now operating against the merchant marine of Japan. O. N. I. 208-R is intended as an aid to our submarines and other forces in the Pacific in avoiding errors of identification in this area. This work includes photographs, silhouettes, drawings, and technical information. International radio signals accompany ships' names. Vessel tonnages shown herein are gross tonnage Waterline lengths are shown throughout. Drafts given represent mean loaded drafts, with vessels fully loaded and down to official loadline. Normal cruising speeds as given are the known or estimated operating speeds. In the majority of cases horsepower figures are NHP or nominal horsepower. Where available BHP or brake horsepower figures have been shown.