Japanese WW2 Aviation Art
Kawasaki Ki-61 HIEN (Tony)
|Click Here are a few really nice Aviation Art prints from WW2 showing the capture of Guam Island. These Japanese Paintings are very rare propaganda art prints and can be purchased from the email address below the picture.|
WW2 Propaganda Aviation Art Prints. Very Rare Prints made by the Japanese Artist in WW2 showing the capture of Guam Island on December 10, 1941.
The morning of December
10, 1941, Imperial troops carried out the landing on Guam in the face of the
enemy and soon overran the enemy’s garrison. By December 12, we had
finished mopping up and completely captured the island. Guam was attacked
before being fortified. If fortifications had been completed, it would have
been impregnable. This picture shows the scene of a naval brigade landing
on a northern beach of Guam and advancing.
If you have any information or want information about
this collection of
WW2 Japanese Aviation Art contact Annette at Downeast Nautical
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Japanese Aviation Art
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