VINTAGE IMPERIAL JAPANESE NAVY PILOT'S in FULL FLYING GEAR. Frame Size: 21 1/4" x 1/2" x 9 3/8.
Cond: Very Good Used Condition, Colors Brilliant, Framed Under Glass Ready To Hang. Had My Good Japanese Friend Translate This Photograph For Me: Japanese Imperial Navy Pilots with Commemorative Military Exercises Post Cards. From Left to Right:(2) Commemorative Post Cards Circa: Top 1928 and Bottom 1930 Military Exercises at Morioka, and Okayama Japan, The Center Photograph Of (3) Japanese Navy Pilot's'Kamkaze' From Left to Right: 2nd. QWATA All In Full Flying Gear (photograph is signed by pilot's) Notice The Samurai Sword That Capt. MORI Has In Front of Him.At The Far Right: (1) Large Post Card of Japanese Navy Sailor In Uniform Carrying Japanese Rifle Notice His Helmet with Anchor On The Front. Kyokujitsu-ki is a Japanese flag that consists of a red disc and sixteen red rays emanating from the disc. Like the Japanese national flag, the Rising Sun Flag symbolizes the sun. Because of this, the flag is controversial in parts of East Asia, especially South Korea, due to a conception that it is associated with Japanese militarism. "EXCELLENT" Addition To Your Imperial Japanese Navy Pilot Collection or Give As A Gift.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Japan\Other Japanese WWII Orig Items". The seller is "12-07-1941" and is located in this country: US.