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David K. Brown (died 2008) was a noted British naval architect. Born in Leeds, he joined the Admiralty and became a member of the Royal Corps of Naval Constructors. He rose through the ranks to become the Deputy Chief Naval Architect, before retiring in 1988.

Having retired, he turned his attention to writing, publishing many books on the technical development of warships in the Royal Navy. He also authored the history of the Royal Corps of Naval Constructors published during the centenary of that organisation in 1983.

Brown died in Bath, Somerset, in April 2008.

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Total Books: 9
Before the Ironclad Warship Design and Development 1815-1860
Atlantic Escorts Ships Weapons and Tactics in World War II
2007 - Atlantic Escorts Ships Weapons and Tactics in World War II (Hardcover)
ISBN-13: 9781591140122
ISBN-10: 1591140129
Genre: History
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Nelson to Vanguard Warship Development 1923-1945
2006 - Nelson to Vanguard Warship Development 1923-1945 (Paperback)
ISBN-13: 9781591146025
ISBN-10: 159114602X
Genres: History, Nonfiction
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The Way of the Ship in the Midst of the Sea The Life and Work of William Froude
Social Blueprints Conceptual Foundations of Sociology
2004 - Social Blueprints Conceptual Foundations of Sociology (Paperback)
ISBN-13: 9780195162264
ISBN-10: 0195162269
Genre: Nonfiction
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Nelson to Vanguard Warship Design 1923-1945
2000 - Nelson to Vanguard Warship Design 1923-1945 [Chatham Pictorial Series] (Hardcover)Hardcover
ISBN-13: 9781557504920
ISBN-10: 155750492X
Genres: History, Nonfiction
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Introduction to Public Policy
1996 - Introduction to Public Policy (Hardcover)
ISBN-13: 9780761804147
ISBN-10: 0761804145
Genres: Nonfiction, Substores
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Degrees of Control A Sociology of Educational Expansion and Occupational Credentialism
The Grand Fleet Warship Design and Development 1906-1922