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Captured Tachikawa Ki-36 Ida in Chinese service

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Kawasaki Ki-61 Tony

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That is an excellent color photo of a Ki-61. Very Happy
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That is an excellent color photo of a Ki-61. Very Happy
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Yeah it might be genuine but always remember that people might have used photoshop or whatever to add colour to old black/white pics.

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Nakajima N1K1 Gecko and Bettys at Yokosuka Naval Air Depot, 1945




Mitsubishi J2M Jack




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Mitsubishi Ki-21 Sally




Kawasaki Ki-48 Lilys captured by Chinese




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NAP1/c Takeshi Hirano's Zero hit the runway while strafing Hickam Field, Pearl Harbor, and then collided with palms, killing Hirano and several men on ground



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29 Japanese aircraft were lost to flak, fighters and accident




Kawanishi H6K Mavis, flypast 1940




Burning Jap plane seen from Hornet, 1945


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Hirano's Zero.
29 Japanese aircraft were lost to flak, fighters and accident

a perfect example of the failure of the Zero's fuselage engineering. This is the fuselage join point of the front planes to the rear planes and was the point where Allied fighter pilot's observed the tendency of the Zero's tail to fall off when it could not follow fighters like the P-40 into a dive. The Allied pilots took advantage of this sress weakness accordingly.

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A6M2-N floatplanes under B-24 attack, Attu, Aleutians

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Kawasaki Ki-48 Lily


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Akagi in May 42. Later damaged and scuttled at Battle of Midway

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Kawasaki Ki-45 Tony, 244th Sentai




Kawasaki Ki-45 Nick, 1945




Ki-45 Nick

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Kawanishi N1K George




N1K2-J George at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania postwar




Mitsubishi Ki-46 Dinah


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Nakajima Ki-43 Oscar




Mitsubishi Ki-46 Dinah

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