Introduction Chapter 1 Overview Chapter 2 Night Raids: Regional Operations 19-30 June Chapter 3 Independence Day: Regional Operations 1-7 July Chapter 4 The Lull Before the Storm: Regional Operations 8-20 July Chapter 5 Buna Landing: New Guinea 21-31 July Chapter 6 Target Townsville: Solomons & North Queensland 21 July-1 August Chapter 7 150 Bombers Destroyed! New Guinea 1-8 August Chapter 8 D-Day: The Solomons 1-8 August Chapter 9 Prelude: Milne Bay 4-22 August Chapter 10 Buna Resupplied: New Guinea 9-22 August Chapter 11 Emergency: Milne Bay 23 August - 8 September Chapter 12 Tainan Ku Annihilated! New Guinea 23 August - 8 September Chapter 13 Conclusion Appendix 1 Allied Aircraft Losses & Fatalities Appendix 2 Japanese Aircraft Losses & Fatalities Appendix 3 Cumulative Losses Sources Index
Raised in Port Moresby, Michael Claringbould is a globally recognised expert on the New Guinea air war and Japanese aviation in particular. Peter Ingman is a author of nine aviation history books and has a particular interest in the Pacific War. Born and raised in Adelaide, he is the Chairman of the South Australian Aviation Museum History Group.
...another outstanding contribution to a full understanding of aerial warfare in the theater, skillfully integrating information from the Allied perspective with less familiar material from the Japanese point of view. [...] Recommended. * Stone & Stone *