This episode is hosted by Justin Pyke and he speaks with Stephen Hembree aka Azumazi about Imperial Japanese Ship Design from the Kawachi Class to the Yamato Class (and a bit more).
NOTE: Justin could only use his audio with "listen to this device" enabled, so he was talking while listening to what he just said a half second before.
You can follow Stephen on twitter @HembreeHistory
You can follow Justin on twitter @CBI_PTO_History.
» RECOMMENDED BOOKS «
Skulski, Janusz: Battleships Yamato and Musashi (Anatomy of The Ship)
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Lengerer, Hans; Ahlberg, Lars: Capital Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy 1868-1945: The Yamato Class and Subsequent Planning. Nimble Books, 2014.
amazon.com link (affiliate): https://amzn.to/2Q11Bst
amazon.de link (affiliate): https://amzn.to/2zrYUpw
Evans, David C.; Peattie, Mark R.: Kaigun – Strategy, Tactics, and Technology in the IMPERIAL JAPANESE NAVY 1887-1941. US Naval Institute Press: United States, 2012.
Amazon.com (affiliate): https://amzn.to/2J2sQvu
Amazon.de (affiliate): https://amzn.to/2GYUdGh
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