Fighting Techniques of a Japanese Infantryman in World War II

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MBI Publishing Company, 2002 - History - 96 pages
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This in-depth analysis of the tactics and equipment used by Japan's infantry between 1941 and 1945 includes descriptions of their training and how that training influenced their success or failure on the battlefield, where after 1943 the Japanese fought a skillful and brave defense against overwhelming odds and firepower. Full-color artworks show weapons and equipment to full effect, while tactics and fighting techniques are explained by means of detailed line artworks.

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Leo Daugherty, served in the US Marines Corps and is now on the Corp's reserve list. He has written numerous articles on the US Marines, and was the Associate Editor for the Marine Corps Gazette. He is also the author of The Bloody Bocage. He currently lives in Ohio, USA.

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