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Bombers over Japan (World War II Collectors Edition , Vol 6, No 39) Hardcover – Import, 1 August 1998
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- Publisher : Time Life Education; Collectors edition (1 August 1998)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 200 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0783557051
- ISBN-13 : 978-0783557052
- Item Weight : 1 kg 410 g
- Dimensions : 24.77 x 2.54 x 29.21 cm
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The book is a terrific photo essay, and has really great photos of the innards of the B-29, as well as shots of the B-29 bases in China and then at Guam, pictures from the bombing missions, pictures of the Japanese fighter pilot opposition, etc. Almost every aspect of the history of the B-29 is covered, including a photo of the crash site where Boeing test pilot Edmund Allen was killed. I had read elsewheres already that the prototype B-29 had plowed into a meat packing plant - the photo in this book shows pigs that were let loose by the crash standing on the roof of the partially collapsed building!
There are just so many photos like that one that are intensely unique and eye-catching; the book just sweeps you back into time, back when the B-29 was first struggling to get going, and then progressing to where it became the most devastating deliverer of death and destruction of WWII.
The book arrived promptly, was packaged well and is in great condition. I recommend reading it for fans of this series from Time-Life, yet another great book in a great, well-plannned and well-produced history of The Second World War.