The Divine Wind: Japan's Kamikaze Force in World War II

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Naval Institute Press, 1994 - History - 240 pages
A poignant treatment of Japan's struggle between recognition of the kamikaze's futility and pride in having made the attempt. Told by senior officials in the wartime kamikaze effort, this book stands out among English-language translations of Japanese accounts of the Pacific war.--From publisher description.

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This is a historical piece of art; fully documented with photos and letters and charts, it's a worth read for those interested in WWII and, specifically, the role of the Japanese suicide pilots.Why ... Read full review

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