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|Minami No Sora Ni Geta
Haite Kaigun Suijouki-Tai Kuusenki
Kaigun Suijouki-Tai Kuusenki
(Go to south air with take Geta, Navy seaplane corps air battle note).
Clogs mean a float. Seaplane is known as an 'airplane which wore clogs' (Geta baki-ki).
This book covers 938th Kokutai that flew the E13A Jake in combat in the Pacific, including Kavieng, Rabaul and Shortland Harbor during August 1943.
This book was republished in a pocket edition with a title changed in 1999, but the book's contents are same.
Zero Sikisuitei Kuusenki, Soromon Saizensen No Sitou
Thanks to Yoji Sakaida for additional information
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