Japanese Naval Vessels At The End Of World War II
By Shizuo Fukui
Japanese Naval Vessels At The End Of World War II is a very simple form of a record of all combatant vessels and the representative minor miscellaneous vessels inclusive of special attack crafts of the ex-Imperial Japanese Navy at the termination of the war. Some army craft which had more or less combatant values had been also included. The aim has been to keep as clear of technicalities as possible in order that it may be extensively and easily understood by the authorities of the allied navies engaging in the disposition of the ex-Japanese naval vessels.
248 pages, fully illus 215 x 295 mm.