Carrier: Akagi Aircraft - Japan (AAA 41)
Akagi Aircraft Carrier

Carrier: Akagi Aircraft - Japan (AAA 41)

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Pumpkin Orange plastic Aircraft Carrier game piece from the Axis & Allies game.
5 Stars
Iconic Carrier
Impressive as the Shinano was, I too didn't understand why the makers chose it as the designated IJN's carrier. It should be one of the famous four. If you feel the same way, the Akagi is a must buy. Matches A&A pieces perfectly and looks unique with its horizontal funnel.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Dublin, Ireland.. on 10/29/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Very nice!
I never understood why the game makers chose the Shinano to represent the IJN's powerful carrier fleet! It was a one off ship, was never in full commission and didn't survive it's first voyage to sea. Now we have the the Akagi. Here at last is the class/ship which stormed across the pacific. It's a nice cast and will make a great addition to any game!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Indianapolis,IN. on 10/31/2014
5/5
4 Stars
Akagi
Much better Japanese aircraft carrier choice than the original Shinano, which never launched a plane in battle. Not as detailed as I'd like from the sides, but all in all a nice addition to my games
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from America. on 3/31/2016
4/5
5 Stars
Excellent copy to 1941 game pieces
Ordered for sons. Just learning 1941 A&A. Perfect match to pieces that already came with the game (size, shape, color). Sons love having the extra pieces. Definitely recommend.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Texas. on 2/3/2014
5/5
4 Stars
Japanese Aircraft Carriers
I always thought the carriers that were involved in Pearl Harbor and/or Midway (Kaga, Akagi, Hiryu, Soryu, Shokaku, Zuikaku) made more sense for use as the Japanese carrier unit than Shinano, sunk while still undergoing trials. Largest ship ever sunk by a submarine, what a WONDERFUL thing to be known for! Similar-looking next-generation Taiho ultimately wasn't around that long either.
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Reviewed by:  from Santa Rosa, CA. on 12/29/2012
4/5

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