ZERO!; A top Japanese flying officer and the engineer who developed the Zero tell the inside story of the Naval Air War in the Pacific. Masatake Okumiya, Jiro Horikoshi. With Martin Caidin.
ZERO!; A top Japanese flying officer and the engineer who developed the Zero tell the inside story of the Naval Air War in the Pacific
ZERO!; A top Japanese flying officer and the engineer who developed the Zero tell the inside story of the Naval Air War in the Pacific
ZERO!; A top Japanese flying officer and the engineer who developed the Zero tell the inside story of the Naval Air War in the Pacific

ZERO!; A top Japanese flying officer and the engineer who developed the Zero tell the inside story of the Naval Air War in the Pacific

New York: Dutton, 1956. First Edition. Hardcover. First printing. 424 pages, index. Frontis photo of Japanese Zero, nine pages of charts. Black cloth with titles in gilt on spine. Small cover decoration of Zero. Black cloth, octavo. Corners sharp, textblock square with very slight discoloration on small portion of cover near front edge. In a price-clipped dust jacket which has some edgewear and closed tears at lower edge by spine. Jacket is in a mylar protector. Text clean, binding solid. Some browning to front gutter, light offsetting to endpaper, a few marginal spots to prelims and bit of toning to rear endpaper. Very Good Minus in Very Good dust jacket. Item #74840

Includes many eyewitness accounts.

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