Bombers Of The Imperial Japanese Army 1939-1945

Eduardo Cea

The Pacific War, as part of the Second World War, was a conflict involving Japan against the British, Dutch and mainly the Americans. It lasted from the 7th December 1941 until the Japanese signed the surrender on the 15th September 1945 aboard the battleship the USS Missouri anchored in the bay of Tokyo.
Publication date:
November 2010
Publisher :
Quiron
Language:
English
Series :
Air Collection
Illustration :
Illustrated throughout in full colour
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9788496935235
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£19.99
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Overview
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• Complete with comprehensive statistics and amazing colour artwork

The Pacific War, as part of the Second World War, was a conflict involving Japan against the British, Dutch and mainly the Americans. It lasted from the 7th December 1941 until the Japanese signed the surrender on the 15th September 1945 aboard the battleship the USS Missouri anchored in the bay of Tokyo. However, the conflicts that Japan had maintained with Russia and China were the prelude to what was approaching in the Pacific.

This book covers the birth of the Japanese aeronautical industry and takes us all the way through to the end of World War II with superb full colour artwork, battle orders, lists of pilots and other essential facts and figures. This comprehensive history of Japanese Military Aircraft will interest modellers, enthusiasts and historians alike.

REVIEWS

The depth of information that they contain on the subject is extensive and impressive and the books are also generously illustrated by the author.
Air Modeller