WWII Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service General's 1926 Weather Guidebook
This exceptional item is an authentic 1926 manual for weather forecasting methods, originally owned by a Major General of the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service during World War II. It served a crucial role for the flight squadron stationed at Sasebo. The manual provides comprehensive instructions and illustrations concerning meteorological matters, which were of paramount importance to the squadron. Please note that due to age and use, the metal fasteners of the book are rusted, and the book may fall apart when opened. There are some handwritten notes within, providing further insight into its use. Some wear, staining, and other signs of age are visible, which are in line with what would be expected for an item of this historical significance. The approximate dimensions are as follows: Height: 22cm, Width: 16cm, Thickness: 0.5cm, Weight: 150g.