Aircraft of the Japanese Navy: Land-Based Aviation, 1929-1945: Vol. II

Series: Air Collection
Paperback
In this beautifully illustrated book, Eduardo Cea goes into fascinating detail of each of the units of the Imperial Japanese Navy in turn, from the Dai 1 Kaigun Kokutai, which trained in torpedo attack techniques and participated in the attacks on targets situated in the province of Szechawan, through to the Dai 938 Kaigun Kokutai, deployed to the Solomon Islands for surveillance of the enemy in the waters of the zone and attacking hostile ships when sighted. Complete 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.