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Imperial Japanese Army and Navy Uniforms and Equipment (Anglais) Relié – 31 juillet 1995
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Exellent book for the Japanese WWII Militaria Collectors!
le 24 mai 2012 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: ReliéAchat vérifié
Unlike the first edition, this revised edition has more pluses and minuses. The greatest thing is that the availability of the English summary, at least it gives a gist what book is about. On the other hand, despite the add-on of new pages on new weaponry, some original content from the first edition was replaced, and the previous illustrations somehow smaller as well. Still, the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy Uniforms and Equipment is an incredible book for the Japanese militaria collector (surly, there are many great in Japanese language military books, but this one of the easiest to access, since after WWII Japan's peace policy influenced the making of those books in very limited publications). Note that book covers the Japanese history since 1860's till 1945, and not just the regular military but Royal Guard and Civil Defense Corps with the enemy display of the Chinese National Army.
A good all around photoessay book on Japanese uniforms & equipment from the late 19th century thru WWII.
le 29 octobre 2014 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: ReliéAchat vérifié
A good book on Japanese uniforms & equipment in general. Covers late 19th century up to the end of WWII. LOTS of color photographs, but lacks in detail. What little descriptions there are, they are all in Japanese. But still, I would recommend this book to anyone with an interest on this subject.
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The Ultimate Reference
le 14 décembre 2011 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Yes it is all in Japanese, and the accompanying English translation booklet is not much to write home about; nevertheless,this book is a TREASURE!! Everything about Japan, her armed forces and equipment including tanks and vehicles,helmets, sidearms, rifles, machine guns, boots, shirts and all other uniforms and accoutrements,a section on the opposing Flying Tigers,naval and air force militaria, war posters, rare photos,the list goes on and on!!! There are live male models posing in these uniforms as well--there's even one posing as a Japanese soldier holding a captured US Thompson submachine gun!! Also (and I found this relatively odd, but nevertheless fulfilling!!)the book showcases a section on foreign weaponry (World War II weapons, both Axis and Allied..also including the AK-47?? Believe it or not--it's in there!) Everything is from a Japanese standpoint. Of course, this review I am providing is based on the 1976 edition which I own and is so worn out I have decided to replenish it by purchasing the new edition sold by Amazon. If you're a TRUE BLUE WORLD WAR II nut like myself, or eager to find out more about Japanese militaria and everything else Japanese, this is DEFINITELY the book for you. Now excuse me as I am about to embark on purchasing my NEW copy...:-)
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Great for what it is.
le 11 août 2002 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Nakata's book, aside from showcasing some of his Imperial Japanese reproduction line, is a good all around reference on I.J.A. and I.J.N. militaria. Some of the pictures are a little incongruous (i.e. photo of a Japanese South Manchurian Railroad colorguard in a section on wartime publications) but every addition is interesting. Notable pages for me were numerous photos of the front pages of Japan's national dailies at different points during the second Sino-Japanese war and Pacific (Greater East Asia) war. Bouyant reports of the fall of Hong Kong and Singapore contrast with news of the invasion of Saipan and a final, somber front page of August 14th 1945, with only the Imperial Rescript announcing surrender occupying the page. The book nicely documents changes in Army and Navy uniforms, headgear, and equipment from the 1860s through WWII. Pages of photos show different variations of field caps and helmets, additionally there are several nice color shots of recruiting posters from the war and there are several pages of excavated war relics alongside other pages of similar artifacts in original condition. Aside from a few minor organizational points the book is excellent and is a good servey of Japanese Militaria. One wonders whether Nakata will come up with a new edition, maybe showing more of his collection.
The Japanese military Culture.
le 16 avril 2013 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: ReliéAchat vérifié
This book provides an excellent catalog of the accoutrements of the japanese military in the WW 11 era. It gives the viewer a better grasp of how and why, particular were part of the military organizations. Its unfortunate that it was done in japanese, an english version would have been most helpful. Nevertheless, this is a very informative and entertaining book. I recommend it to students of the japanese military of WW 11. JRV
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