Imperial Japanese

Some articles on imperial japanese, japanese:

Masatake Okumiya
... Okumiya graduated from the Imperial Japanese Naval Academy and served as a naval aviator in the Imperial Japanese Navy ... World War II, including on the aircraft carrier Ryūjō and with the 2nd Air Fleet of the Imperial Japanese Navy, finishing the war as a Commander ... Midway The Battle that Doomed Japan the Japanese Navy's Story, published 1955 ...
Tanks Of World War II - Tanks of Other Combatants - Japan
... Like the US Army (which utilized French and British tanks in World War I), the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) did not have tanks of its own in World War I, so it started out by purchasing foreign tanks for ... Like many other nations, the Japanese initially didn't embrace the tank, as it didn't have the cavalry tradition ... Inspired by European designs, the Japanese tank program designed and developed the tanks which facilitated their campaigns in China and Nomonhan against the Soviet Union, prior to WWII ...
Taiwanese Imperial Japan Serviceman - Veterans
... Veteran Chien Chuan-chih recounted his experiences "While Japanese were rationed white sugar, Taiwanese were only given brown sugar Japanese could have pork, and Taiwanese could only have a ... be free of discrimination, and able to enjoy the same treatment as the Japanese ... volunteered for the service." Chiu Chin-chun, a pilot for the Imperial Japanese Army, stated in one of his interviews, "I was assigned to the Seventh Air Fleet, which was ...
Sakura Class Destroyers - References - Books
... Kaigun Strategy, Tactics, and Technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1887-1941 ... Ships of the Rising Sun The Drama of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1895-1945 ... Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1869-1945 ...
Murakami Kakuichi - Biography
... He graduated from the 11th class of the Imperial Japanese Naval Academy, ranked 2nd out of 26 cadets ... He served on a number of ships in the early Imperial Japanese Navy, including the corvettes Tsukuba, Yamato, Jingei, Tenryū and the cruiser Takachiho ... After the end of the First Sino-Japanese War, Murakami was sent as a naval attaché to France from June 1897 to May 1900 ...

Famous quotes containing the words japanese and/or imperial:

    The Japanese do not fear God. They only fear bombs.
    Jerome Cady, U.S. screenwriter. Lewis Milestone. Yin Chu Ling, The Purple Heart (1944)

    The imperial votaress passed on,
    In maiden meditation, fancy-free.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)