Kaigun strategy tactics and technology in the imperial japanese navy 1887 1941 paperback september 15 2012 by david c evans author visit amazons david c evans page find all the books read about the author and more see search results for this author . A really excellent history of the imperial japanese navy from 1887 to 1941 concentrating on strategy tactics and technology the ijn emerges as an organisation that overreached itself through obsession with decisive battle the shadow of tsushima lasted long and corrupted deeply. The paperback of the kaigun strategy tactics and technology in the imperial japanese navy 1887 1941 by david c evans mark r peattie at barnes the imperial japanese navy of world war ii surpassed the allied and axis fleets in innovation and technology this title covers the 12 japanese battleships that saw service between 1941 and . As there are few if any books that deal with the same scope of japanese naval history this book should have an honored place in the libraries of readers interested in the japanese navy especially during the 1920s and afterward kaigun strategy tactics and technology in the imperial japanese navy 1887 1941 september 13 2012 1 . In kaigun strategy tactics and technology in the imperial japanese navy 1887 1941 a superbly researched and lucidly written monograph david evans and mark peattie examine the factors that contributed to the military emergence of the japanese navy focusing as they do on strategy tactics and technology or more precisely the
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