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The Japanese Aircraft Carrier Kaga  9788364596223

The Japanese Aircraft Carrier Kaga

9788364596223

€ 25.64
€ 24.72
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Series Super Drawings in 3D

Publisher/Brand Kagero

Author Stefan Draminski

Format a4

No. Pages 84

Version Hard cover

Language English

Category Aviation Books

Subcategory WW2 Japan

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Product description

Japanese aircraft carrier "Kaga". She was initially being built as a battleship, but as a result of a coincidence she became one of the first large carriers in history. She was a part of Japanese Kid? Butai, a group of carriers that decided about the power of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the first half-year of the war in Pacific. After a daring attack on Pearl Harbor followed by a series of further victories there was a reversal during the battle of Midway, when "Kaga" and three accompanying carriers were destroyed which ultimately buried Japan's chances for winning the war.>



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