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The Bluejackets' Manual - Sixth Edition 1918

1918 Book: The Bluejackets' Manual

The Bluejackets' Manual, United States Navy, 1918, Sixth Edition, Revised November, 1916 by Lieutenant Norman R. Van Der Veer, U.S.N. Military Publishing Co. New York 4 1/4 x 6 1/4" hardcover with 821 pages


Library of Congress Listing

  • LC Control No.: 03001595
  • Type of Material: Serial (Periodical, Newspaper, etc.)
  • Main Title: The Bluejackets’ manual / United States Navy.
  • Published/Created: Annapolis, Md. : United States Naval Institute,
  • Related Names:
    • United States Naval Institute.
    • United States. Navy.
  • Description:
    • v. : ill.; 15-22 cm.
    • Fifth ed. (1917) called also: Rev. Nov. 1916, and: Authorized ed.
    • Began with 1st ed. (1902).
  • Current Frequency: Irregular
  • Cancelled/Invalid LCCN: sn 91028220
  • Notes: At head of title, 1946- : U.S. Navy.
  • Description based on: 5th ed. (1917).
  • Imprint varies:
    • 1917, New York, Military Pub. Co. --
    • 1918, New York, E. N. Appleton. --
    • 1922-1927, Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. (varies slightly).
    • Some issues in rev. editions.
    • SERBIB/SERLOC merged record
  • Subjects: United States. Navy --Sailors’ handbooks.
  • LC Classification: V113 .B55
  • Dewey Class No.: 359
  • Other System No.: (OCoLC)ocm03045881
  • Geographic Area Code: n-us---
  • Quality Code: lcd premarc


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