german battlecruisers of world war I

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Hi guys

I have found this one on amazon:
German Battlecruisers of World War One: Their Design, Construction and Operations Hardcover – November 4, 2014 by Gary Staff


According to one of the review the book has one chapter on ships that were started but not completed (I guess the Mackensen class, but perhaps also the Ersatz York which according to wikipedia was started) and one chapter on ships that were not even started.

does anyone have it?

If yes, can you tell me if the book covers in the "never started" chapter the later designs, like Gk 3021, 4021 and 5021. if yes with line drawing, and data tables included.

the book has 5 start rating by 14 reviewers.

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Nick Sumner

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A good source on the subject of designs that followed Erzatz Yorck is Forstermeyer and Breyer's Deutsche Grossekamppfschiffe 1915 bis 1918. Another is

http://www.dreadnoughtproject.org/tfs/index.php/Category:Ship_Plans

particularly

http://dreadnoughtproject.org/plans/SM_Studienentwurf/
 
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