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  • ISBN 0711002452
  • ISBN13 978-0711002456
  • Language English
  • Author Martin H. Brice
  • Publisher Littlehampton Book Services Ltd; First edition (November 22, 1971)
  • Pages 256
  • Formats azw rtf lit mobi
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1587 kb
  • Size Fb2 1628 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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biography of a destroyer class. by Martin Hubert Brice. Published 1971 by United States Naval Institute in Annapolis, Md. Written in English.

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Tribal-class - is either: Tribal class destroyer (1905) Tribal class destroyer (1936) Tribal class frigate Canadian Iroquois class destroyer, four vessels, built during the early 1970s, also known as Tribal class.

Tribal class frigate - The Type 81, or Tribal class, was a class of seven general purpose frigates for the Royal Navy designed during the 1950s that served throughout the 1960s and 1970s with limited service during the 1980s.

Originally conceived during design studies for a light fleet cruiser, the Tribals evolved into fast, powerful destroyers, with greater emphasis on guns over torpedoes than previous destroyers, in. . (1971).

Originally conceived during design studies for a light fleet cruiser, the Tribals evolved into fast, powerful destroyers, with greater emphasis on guns over torpedoes than previous destroyers, in response to new designs by Japan, Italy, and Germany. The Tribals were well admired by their crews and the public when they were in service due to their power, often.

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Jonariara
This book is a short history of the Tribal class of destroyers built By Great Britian before World War II and of the Tribals built by Canada and Austrialia durring this war. This book gives a short history of each of these ships during the service lifetime of each of these vessels. These histories range from good to very poor. This reduces the value of this book greatly to anyone truely interested in the history of these ships. I cannot recommend this book.
Wal
From introduction
"In 1934 the Admiralty considered the possible threat posed by the 20 special type destroyers of the Japanese fabuki class, which mounted 65 inch guns and ninth repeal tubes on a displacement of 1680 tons. Regarded by some authorities as the most powerful destroyers in the world, they were rivals by the Italian Navagatoti-class of scouts, each displacing 1943 tons and carrying 6 4.7 inch guns and up to six torpedo tubes. The French Navy had 24 super destroyers and service and a further six nearing completion. The smallest of these displaced over 2100 tons and mounted 5.1 inch guns and six torpedo tubes. Germany did not yet have such big destroyers, but there were indications that the new class than being laid down would displace more than 2000 tons and have a powerful gun and torpedo armament.
On the other hand, the majority of recent British destroyers and service, under construction or about to be ordered only mounted four 4.7 inch guns and 8 torpedo tubes. Their displacement was something over 1300 tons. The V. and W. - and earlier classes - were even smaller, weaker, and were of course much older.
The Admiralty therefore decided that the next class of destroyer must be larger, thus providing a steadier platform for the extra guns that were needed to defend the fleet against torpedo attack by these big foreign ships. Their main armament was to be so designed that it could also be used to augment the antiaircraft defenses of the fleet. Torpedo armament was considered less important, while their anti-submarine capability was not given a very high priority. Admittedly this feature of their armament was superior to earlier classes, but perhaps it was felt that the comforting use of asdic would guarantee the defeat of any under water menace. The new class would not be expected to carry out either high-speed mine-sweeping or mind laying".