(Dec 6th 2002)
|"Taking consistently strong pictures needs a combination of talent, technique, psychology, salesmanship and a little luck. But it also requires something else. Namely, the desire to take a great shot every time, whatever the subject and whoever the commission is for. " (May/22nd/2002)|
|Imperial Japanese Navy (July/13th/2002)||"At the beginning of the Second World War, the Japanese Navy (or, in the Japanese language, Nihon Kaigun, or even Teikoku Kaigun, the Imperial Navy) was arguably the most powerful navy in the world.How and why this impressive force was eventually crushed by the U.S. Navy is a subject that has fascinated me practically forever. Maybe I'm just intrigued by the underdog. In any case, this page is devoted to the proud navy that lost the Pacific War. " (July/13th/2002)|
(Sep 1st 2002)
|"The mission of J-Aircraft.com is to promote research and information sharing to benefit both the modeler and the aviation historian With this goal in mind we ask all that come here to participate in whatever manner possible, be it a kit review, a book review or adding expertise to the message boards, all information is welcome. The only rule that we have here is play nice, this is a friendly and welcoming place and it will be kept that way by the staff of J-Aircraft.com. "|
Netherlands Navy Warships of World War II
(Sep 14th 2002)
|The webmaster is Mr.Visser -Netherlands.
"My main interests are the Dutch Navy and Dutch merchant navy during the second world war."
This site has so many infomations about "Ships","Bases","Equipments"etc.. of The Royal Netherlands Navy of WW II..
(Sep 29th 2002)
|The webmaster is interested in
Kamikaze attack. He is Spanish.
In the future, he will produce English site ,too.
(Sep 29th 2002)
Mr. Luis Alberto Gomez Munoz is the webmaster. He is Spanish.
(Dec 6th 2004)
|"Explores diverse portrayals and perceptions of the young men who carried out suicide attacks near the end of World War II. Examines both American and Japanese views. Includes reviews of various forms used to create kamikaze images, including books, films, museums, Internet, and writings by kamikaze pilots. "|