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The Japanese Aircraft Carriers  Zuikaku was built in Kobe, Japan.  The Zuikaku was commissioned in September of 1941 and was sunk on October 25, 1944.  The Suikaku participated in attcks on Rabaul in the East Indies and the Indian Ocean.  In the early part of May 1942 the Zuikaku took part in the Battle of the Coral Sea.  The Zuikaku along with the Shokaku were not present in the Battle of Midway.  During the rest of 1942 Zuikaku was involved in the Guadalcanal Campaign taking part in the Battle of the Eastern Solomons in August and in the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands in October.   In the first part of 1944 June 19th-20th, the Zuikaku fought in the Battle of the Philipine Sea.  On October 25th, 1944, the Zuikaku along with three other other Japanese Aircraft Carriers in a battle of of Layte in the Philippines.  These Japanese Ship Models will bring all kinds of history into focus.
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IJN Carrier Zuikaku 1/350 Kit

 

 

 

 

IJN Carrier Zuikaku 1/350 Kit
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Replicating the Imperial Japanese Navy carrier Zuikaku as she appeared in 1944's Battle of Leyte Gulf (where she became the last of the six Japanese Pearl Harbor attack carriers to be sunk), this newly tooled, 1/350 scale, plastic kit will be a wonderful addition to your Pacific Theater warship display!

You get beautifully textured surfaces; movable masts and three optional-position deck elevators; clear plastic aircraft, including two Mitsubishi Type 21 "Zero" fighters, two Mitsubishi Type 52 "Zero" fighters, two Nakajima B6N Tenzan "Jill" torpedo bombers, and two Ki-21 Type 97 "Sally" attack bombers; full armament; metal anchor chains and plenty of photo-etched metal detail parts; authentic markings; display pedestals and a nameplate; and much more. 28" long; 1,213 parts, skill level 3.
#0092985

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Japanese Carrier Zuikaku 1/700 Kit
Plastic Model Ship Kit.
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This 1/700 scale waterline series plastic kit of the Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku features a highly detailed exterior with a variety of armament, a sophisticated hull and bridge, airplanes, lifeboats, and more. Measures 14½" long and 1¾" wide; assembly required.  .....#0091174 $39.95
Too Close for Comfort

 

Too Close for Comfort
Aviation Art Print
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Tom W. Freeman. On October 25, 1944, at the Battle of Leyte Gulf - one of the greatest of all naval battles - a Helldiver piloted by (then) LTJG Donald D. Engen attacks the Japanese aircraft carrier, Zuikaku. 27"x 22" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist and Vice Admiral Engen, USN (Ret.), who also served as the Director of the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
#0070162
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Sinking the Rising Sun  Sinking the Rising Sun

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Dog Fighting & Dive Bombing in World War II, a Navy Fighter Pilot's Story
Davis. Written by Navy Cross recipient Lieutenant William Davis, III, this memoir recreates the life-and-death drama of dog fighting and dive bombing over the Pacific including his role in the October 25, 1944, sinking of the Zuikaku, the last Japanese carrier afloat that had participated in the Pearl Harbor attack. 304 pages, 26 B&W photographs, 6"x 9", hardcover.

Yamamoto Yamamoto
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The Man Who Planned the Attack on Pearl Harbor. Hoyt. An exhaustively researched biography of the Japanese Naval genius and war hero Isoroku Yamamoto, "the Architect of the Pacific War." Drawing on a wealth of sources, the author demonstrates both his flair for dramatic battle accounts and his penetrating eye for personal and political motivation. It's a thorough and engaging portrait of the dauntless admiral that provides a revealing new view of WWII. 304 pgs., 6"x 9", sfbd.
#0005891
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the Imperial Japanese Navy carrier Zuikaku as she appeared in 1944's Battle of Leyte Gulf (where she became the last of the six Japanese Pearl Harbor attack carriers to be sunk)

Japanese Naval genius and war hero Isoroku Yamamoto, "the Architect of the Pacific War."

On October 25, 1944, at the Battle of Leyte Gulf - one of the greatest of all naval battles - a Helldiver piloted by (then) LTJG Donald D. Engen attacks the Japanese aircraft carrier, Zuikaku

 

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