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Arawasi International Magazine Spring 2017 Issue 13, Bringing you the wealth of Japanese Aviation History  ARAWASI 13

Arawasi International Magazine Spring 2017 Issue 13, Bringing you the wealth of Japanese Aviation History

ARAWASI 13

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€ 18.30

Publisher/Brand Arawasi international

Format a4

No. Pages 50

Language English

Category Aviation Books

Subcategory Aviation Magazin

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Contents:

Photo Album: 59th Sentai
A special feature full of original photos, most never published before, from the album of a veteran pilot, who took photos during the unit's battles in Malaysia, Indonesia, Papua/New Guinea and back to Japan.
Text: George & Kiri Eleftheriou / Illustrations: Devlin Chouinard

The Wind from Asia, Pt. 1
The first part of the story of the two Breguet 19A2, J-KIKU "Hatsukaze" & J-KIRI "Kochikaze", and their pilots who made history by flying from Japan to Moscow and beyond.
Text: Otsuki Hajime & the editors

Accident Reports
Featuring never seen before in print photos and official reports of the accidents of the Mitsubishi G3M "Nell" prototypes.
Text: George & Kiri Eleftheriou / Illustrations: Devlin Chouinard

The LB-2 Light Aircraft: Tokyo University's own home-built aircraft
An article about this little known trainer built by the students of Tokyo University.
Text: James Boyd

The Chamber of Secret...Japanese Aircraft Designs
Vintage what-if Japanese airplanes with a twist.
Text: George & Kiri Eleftheriou / Illustrations: Devlin Chouinard
And more...

ENGLISH TEXT
Pages: 50
Photos: 200
Colour illustrations: 8
Size: A4



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