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Reference Details for Broken Wings of the Samurai

Book Cover
TitleBroken Wings of the Samurai
AuthorsMikesh
PublisherNaval Institute Press
Year1993
Types CoveredG3M (Nell), A6M (Zero, Zeke), G4M (Betty), H8K (Emily), E8N2 (Dave), Ki-21 (Sally), A6M2-N (Rufe), H6K (Mavis), Ki-43 (Oscar), Ki-67 (Peggy), Ki-46 (Dinah), Ki-49 (Helen), Ki-45 (Nick), N1K (George), Ki-9 (Spruce), Ki-44 (Tojo), Ki-84 (Frank), J2M (Jack), D3A (Val), J1N (Irving), B6N (Jill), C6N (Myrt), D4Y (Judy), P1Y (Frances), G5N (Liz), Ki-61 (Tony), A5M (Claude), L2D (Tabby), Ki-54 (Hickory), Ki-87, Ki-100, P-40 [in Japanese markings], Tachikawa SS-1, Ki-48 (Lily, Lilly), Ki-30 (Ann), Q1W (Lorna), E13A (Jake), F1M (Pete), B7A (Grace), Nakajima Kikka, Ki-74, Ki-77, K11W, Ki-57 (Topsy), Ki-27 (Nate), Ki-55 (Ida), Ki-115, Ki-74 (Patsy), G8N (Rita), E16A (Paul), N1K1 (Rex), D4Y3 (Radial-engined Judy), Ki-34 (Thora), Ki-36 (Ida), Ki-51 (Sonia), K5Y (Willow), MXY7 Ohka 11 (Oka, Okha), MXY8 [J8M1]
Cockpit DetailsD4Y rear compartment (p. 62)
Wheel Well Details
Other DetailsD4Y rear 20mm cannon (p. 62); G4M dorsal turret (p. 54); J1N dorsal turret (p. 58, 59); J2M4 turbocharger & cowl flaps (p. 48); Ki-45 nightfighter nose transparencies (p. 59), oblique dorsal cannon (p. 60); Ki-61 cowl panel detail (p. 79); N1K2-J engine as seen through cowl opening (p. 83); P1Y "Yagi" fuselage antennas (p. 64, 70), oblique dorsal cannon (p. 65); Ki-87 turbocharger (p. 81, 82)
Cutaway Drawings
Multiview Drawings
Generic Camouflage Patterns
Generic Markings Patterns
Specific Markings Profiles
NotesIncludes a list of all WW II Japanese aircraft that exist today

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