Ki-44 'tojo' Aces Of World War 2 by Nicholas MillmanKi-44 'tojo' Aces Of World War 2 by Nicholas Millman

Ki-44 'tojo' Aces Of World War 2

byNicholas MillmanIllustratorRonnie Olsthoorn

Paperback | October 18, 2011

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The 100th title of Osprey's celebrated Aircraft of the Aces series covers a subject sure to be of interest to historians of World War II. The Ki-44 'Tojo' was a fast-climbing, heavily armed point-defence interceptor that was used successfully in slashing hit-and-run tactics that caught Allied pilots by surprise. In the air defense role 'Tojos' pioneered the deployment of a unique 40 mm cannon, the firing system which had no cartridges but instead had the propelling charge contained in the base of the projectile. The Ki-44 was to be used by the JAAF in larger numbers in China than anywhere else. This exciting title from author Nicholas Millman brings the Ki-44's role in the Pacific theatre to vivid life, accompanied by full color plates and archival photographs.
Nicholas Millman is one of Britain's leading researchers of Japanese military aviation. In addition to publishing articles in specialist journals and supporting the research of other authors, he runs his own website dedicated to the subject which attracts visitors from 111 countries. He is a member of Pacific Air War History Associates...
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Title:Ki-44 'tojo' Aces Of World War 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 9.84 × 7.25 × 0.31 inPublished:October 18, 2011Publisher:Bloomsbury USALanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1849084408

ISBN - 13:9781849084406

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Kingfisher Force

Chapter 2 China Debut

Chapter 3 The East Indies and Burma

Chapter 4 The Philippines

Chapter 5 The End in China

Chapter 6 Defence of the Homeland

Appendices

Editorial Reviews

"Overall, it is a superb read and an excellent reference. You really cannot go wrong with this or any other book in the series." -Scott Van Aken, Modeling Madness

"...I can't think of a better subject to mark the 100th title of Osprey's Aircraft of the Aces series, and definitely look forward to the next offering by Mr. Millman and Mr. Olsthoorn. Absolutely recommended!" -Frederick Boucher, AeroScale