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9 edition of Kawasaki Ki.61/Ki.100 Hien found in the catalog.

Kawasaki Ki.61/Ki.100 Hien

Richard M. Bueschel

Kawasaki Ki.61/Ki.100 Hien

in Japanese Army Air Force service

by Richard M. Bueschel

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Published by Osprey .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hien (Fighter planes)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesOsprey Aircam Aviation
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8264713M
    ISBN 100850450268
    ISBN 109780850450262
    OCLC/WorldCa678232

    variants with their own articles = Kawasaki Ki The Kawasaki Ki "Hien" (飛燕, roughly "flying swallow") was a Japan ese World War II fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force. The Allied code name assigned by the United States War Department was "Tony". The Japanese Army designation was "Army Type 3 Fighter. Arco-Aircam Aviation Series No, Kawasaki Ki/Ki Hien in Japanese Army Air Force Service, by R. M. Bueschel, c, Osprey Pubs., page 2, another photo of the plane with white Kanji similar to a numeral 7 on rudder attributed to 78th.

    This is the story of the elite Japanese Army Air force (JAAF) aces that flew the Kawasaki Ki Hien (Swallow), and the Ki Goshikisen in the Pacific Theatre during World War II.4/5.   This is the story of the elite Japanese Army Air force (JAAF) aces that flew the Kawasaki Ki Hien (Swallow), and the Ki Goshikisen in the Pacific Theatre of World War 2. The former, codenamed 'Tony' by the allies, was a technically excellent aircraft, possessing power, stability and a good rate of climb - differing radically from the Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing.

    This is the story of the elite Japanese Army Air force (JAAF) aces that flew the Kawasaki Ki Hien (Swallow), and the Ki Goshikisen in the Pacific Theatre of World War 2. The former, codenamed 'Tony' by the allies, was a technically excellent aircraft, possessing power, stability and a good rate of climb - differing radically from the. Once again, covered here is the rather splendid Kawasaki Ki Hien (Tony), and Ki Typical Photo Quality/Presentation to be Found Throughout As can be seen above, there are an interesting selection of photos included in this volume, though the book is not heavily laced with photos, but then this is to be expected from a slim volume such as.


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This is the story of the elite Japanese Army Air force (JAAF) aces that flew the Kawasaki Ki Hien (Swallow), and the Ki Goshikisen in the Pacific Theatre of World War 2.

The former, codenamed 'Tony' by the allies, was a technically excellent aircraft, possessing power, stability and a Brand: Bloomsbury USA.