Japanese Combat Ships

Auxiliary Vessels of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships of The World №522)

Auxiliary Vessels of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships of The World №522)
Kaijinsha | 1997-03 | Japanese | 154 Pages | PDF | 231 MB
Escort Vessels of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships of The World №507)

Escort Vessels of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships of The World №507)
Kaijinsha | 1996-02 | Japanese | 176 Pages | PDF | 270 MB

History of Japanese Destroyers (Ships of The World №453)  

Posted by Димарик at Oct. 21, 2015
History of Japanese Destroyers (Ships of The World №453)

History of Japanese Destroyers (Ships of The World №453)
Kaijinsha | 1992-07 | Japanese | 183 Pages | PDF | 54 MB

Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships of The World №500)  

Posted by Димарик at Feb. 26, 2013
Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships of The World №500)

Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships of The World №500)
Kaijinsha Co | 1995-08 | Japanese | 349 Pages | PDF | 92 MB

History of Japanese Destroyers (Ships Of The World 453)  

Posted by nerusik at Feb. 26, 2013
History of Japanese Destroyers (Ships Of The World 453)

History of Japanese Destroyers (Ships Of The World 453)
Kaijinsha Co | Japanese | 1992 | 183 pages | PDF | 54 MB
Auxiliary vessels of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships Of The World 522)

Auxiliary vessels of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships Of The World 522)
Kaijinsha Co | Japanese | 1997 | 154 pages | PDF | 231 MB
Escort vessels of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships Of The World 507)

Escort vessels of the Imperial Japanese Navy (Ships Of The World 507)
Kaijinsha Co | Japanese | 1996 | 176 pages | PDF | 270 MB
AFV Weapons No.54 - Japanese Combat Cars, Light Tanks and Tankettes

AFV Weapons No.54 - Japanese Combat Cars, Light Tanks and Tankettes
Profile Publications | PDF | English | 24 pages | 23.83 Mb
This Is Guadalcanal: The Original Combat Photography

William S. Butler, L. D. Keeney This Is Guadalcanal: The Original Combat Photography
William Morrow Pub | 1996 | ISBN: 0688170811 | 128 pages | PDF | 60,1 MB

In the desperate battle for Guadalcanal, every American soldier had to walk a thin red line between life and death. On August 7, 1942, American Marines waded into the Pacific island called Gaudalcanal.
They encountered jungles, alligators, insidious malaris, and a particularly deadly adversary in the Japanese soldier. Only weeks after their defeat at Midwas, the Japanese were Gutsy, vicious, and prepared to give their own lives to take out just one American. There was no surrender.
Captured by combat photographers, here is thw real story of one of America's fiercest battles in the Pacific theater. Men, ships, carriers, and planes turned a certain defear into an excruciating yet decisive American victory. Taken in the air, at sea and on land, these are rarely seen photographs from the Battle of Guadalcanal.On August 7, 1942, American Marines waded onto a pacific island called Guadalcanal. They encountered jungles, alligators, insidious malaria, and a particularly deadly adversary in the Japanese soldier. Only weeks after their defeat at Midway, the Japanese were gutsy, vicious, and prepared to give their own lives to take out just one American. There was no surrender

Judo and Its Use in Hand-to-Hand Combat (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Dec. 6, 2016
Judo and Its Use in Hand-to-Hand Combat (Repost)

W. H. Caldwell - Judo and Its Use in Hand-to-Hand Combat
Officer Training AREA E., US NCTC., Camp Peary, Va. | 1943 | ISBN: N/A | English | 45 pages | PDF | 22.46 MB