Japanese Type 91F Flight Manual

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  1. proton45

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    Hello, This is my first share and I'm sorry to say that its all in Japanese so it may be of limited use to most people. However their seems to be a limited selection in the way of Japanese wartime manuals so I thought it might be worth it.

    I didn't make this PDF and I'm sorry but I don't remember where I got it...

    If anyone has a problem with me sharing this I will take it down...just let me know.
     

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    Cool stuff, many thanks. Who knows, maybe some one will translate it to english. If you have any more, please feel free to post them.
     
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    Thanks. I have never seen this type of manual. It is full of old and difficult kanji/katakana text and with no illustration at all. If one has to understand the contents fully the only thing he/she needs is to have a real Type 91 Fighter.

    The manual was prepared under the name of Baron Yoshitoshi Tokugawa, CO Tokorozawa Hiko Gakko (flying school). He was one of decendants of Shogun.
     
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    That's interesting...thanks for the translation.
     
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