Book review-Kagero Grumman F4f

My local hobby shop has begun to carry some reference books and today I
picked up the Kagero Publications #12, The Grumman F4F Wildcat.
It comes with a decal sheet carrying markings for 10 different aircraft
in 1/72 1nd 1/48 scales and repeating 3 of them in 1/32 scale.
Kagero is nice enough to duplicate all text in English, not just the
photo captions, and this is a very good history of the F4F accompanied
by drawings and several pages of color profiles. If you have that
Trumpeter kit in your stash, or even the older Revell kit, this
publication has enough photos and drawings to give you the ammo to super
detail to your heart's content.
The text and photographs cover the history of the F4F in both American
and British service, covering all models produced by both Grumman and
General Motors. There are also a couple of pages of color photographs of
a restored Wildcat, but be warned, it is a General Motors FM-2 in an
early 1942 color scheme.
There is just one thing I don't understand, How did a Polish publishing
company get a Japanese name??
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William H. Shuey
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