IMPERIAL JAPANESE NAVY BATTLESHIPS 1941—45
|Publisher||Osprey Publishing Ltd.|
|D O W N L O A D|
The content of this publication presents a balance between the operational and technological history of the Japanese battleships that serves at the times of the Second World War. Each of the vessels and classes has been given with the concise yet very clear historical information related to the initial development and subsequent refits; the operational use has also been addressed.
The effects that the other nations had to these vessels has been commented, as well. From the operational point of view the publication will shed some light on both tactic and strategic views spanning the vessels. The text content of the publication has been supplemented with the numerous informative images and color plates in order to enable readers get the full picture of the vessels addressed within the book. The author has thoroughly and clearly examined the Japanese battleships.
It should be noted that the combined fleet of the Japanese Navy forces contained the really huge battleships, largest ever constructed. The document describes the design and construction of five famous classes of the vessels that served in the Japanese Navy, their armament, wartime service and modifications. The main purpose of the publication is purposed to be used as a reference material by both general readers and specialists.
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