Japan's "Carrier Revolution" in the Interwar Period

Tsukamoto, Katsuya.

Abstract: Carrier aviation has been considered as one of the most successful cases of revolutions in military affairs (RMA) in the period between the Frist and Second World Wars. During those two decades, only three navies, Japan, the United States, and Great Britain, successfully built and operationalized large fleet carriers. However, compared with the U.S... read more

Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
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