I'm surprised that your listing includes the A6M Zero-sen but not its Army counterpart, the Ki-43 Hayabusa. Why is it omitted?
Thank you for that, though if you look at your table of contents in post #77 above, you'll see that the Ki.43 is missing. I'm glad that it will get the coverage that it deserves.omitted?
The Japanese Aggressor (January 28, 1932 to August 15, 1945)
Nakajima Ki.43 Hayabusa (Oscar)
Please see both lineages hereI supposed that descendants of P-51 are the F-100 with the evolution of North American FJ-1 Fury and Republic F-84 ( descendants ) of Republic P-47.
Night Fighter's book will take longer to be finished...I must draw many antennae!
I hope to visit Kyoto and Tokyo next year. I also like the Japanese food. I use to go the "47 Ronin" restaurant with my wife, It is expensive but the food is excellent.In Madrid, I was shopping for leather goods at my wife's request, but the female clerk there was also very beautiful and attractive. If allowed, I wanted to bring her back to Japan. Toledo was also interesting. La Barracca's gazpacho and paella are very good and one of the best meals I've ever tasted.