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Offline Twynkle

Rob - regarding the 'Rebirth of a Queen'
Please would it be possible for you to let us have the details of it?
Many thanks.
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"Rebirth of a Queen" isn't a book I'm afraid.  Its a sort of supplement that was produced by Lloyd Werft for a ship trade magazine.
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Offline Twynkle

Ah...Thanks, Rob.
Little wonder then, all I could find was things like the Rebirth of Venus!
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Offline Twynkle

Hey Rob,
The British Library will have  a copy of the Journal.
Please - and thank you(!)...it would be really good to have the reference,
if it's no trouble - and you or anyone else has it :)
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Hey Rob,
The British Library will have  a copy of the Journal.
Please - and thank you(!)...it would be really good to have the reference,
if it's no trouble - and you or anyone else has it :)

Rosie, I've had a look and there is no reference number.  However it is a special supplement that was included with the May 1987 issues of Marine Propulsion International and Shipcare & Maritime Management
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Offline Twynkle

Rob -
Many thanks -
The link below came from The British Library and the publishers are not far away!


MARINE PROPULSION INTERNATIONAL.  10/Yr.  1979- . Indexed in: BMT. UK
D M G Business Media, Ltd., Queensway House, 2 Queensway, Redhill, Surrey
RH1 1QS, England.  Tel: 44-1737-768611.  FAX # 44-1737-761989.   
Provides marine engineers and other marine technical specialists with information on marine
power plant design, and many other aspects of marine propulsion systems.  Emphasis is placed
on practical and objective reports to meet the expectation of the readers worldwide. The catalogue (below) might be of interest too.


SHIPCARE  (Formerly: SHIPCARE AND MARITIME MANAGEMENT).   UK
Bi-monthly. 1968-.   Indexed in: Ocean abs., BMT, Cur. Tech. Ind.   
Queensway House, 2 Queensway, Redhill, Surrey RH1 1QS, England.  Tel: 44-1737-
768611.  FAX # 44-1737-760564. 
Result of merger of Shipcare International and Maritime Management in September 1979. 
Covers the fields of ship repair, conversions and maintenance and offers shipowners most cost-
effective ship operation.

This catalogue might be of interest.
http://www.sunymaritime.edu/stephenblucelibrary/pdfs/LibraryANNOTATEDLISTOFCURRPERIOD2.pdf
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