Duel 82. B-29 Superfortress vs Ki-44 Tojo

Duel 82. B-29 Superfortress vs Ki-44 Tojo
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By the time the Americans began their aerial bombardment of Japan in 1944, both the JAAF and IJNAF were spent forces
Price £12.99
Format Paperback
Pages 80
Illustrations Black/White and Colour Photos,colour images
Publisher Osprey
ISBN Number 9781472818867
Product Description
By the time the Americans began their aerial bombardment of Japan in 1944, both the JAAF and IJNAF were spent forces. What the Japanese did have though was the Ki-44 "Tojo". Armed with two 40 mm cannon, it was the most heavily armed and feared single-seat fighter to see action against the new American bomber, the B-29 Superfortress. For the bomber crews, they had what they believed was their ‘ace in hole': a fully armed B-29 carried four remotely operated gun turrets and a tail gunner's position, making it the world's most advanced self-defending bomber. In every respect the Ki-44 pilots were fighting a desperate battle. Many who made their mark did so using suicidal ramming attacks or "taiatari". Illustrated with full colour artwork, this volume examines why the Ki-44 was unable to break up bomber formations conventionally during the Pacific War, and how its ramming tactics, while terrifying, graphically revealed Japan's inability to stop the B-29.
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