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The tragic aftermath of a Kamikaze pilot who hit his mark: the destroyed forward hangar bay of the USS Hancock, which was forced back to the US for repairs, April 7, 1945.

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Kamikaze Pilots: Japan’s Suicide Squad in WWII - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/articles/kamikaze-pilots-japans-suicide-squad-in-wwii.html

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Kamikaze pilots posing with a puppy the day before their suicide missions, 1945

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Japanese kamikaze pilots. Too young for that nonsense.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Japanese film to show nostalgia for 'bravery' of kamikaze pilots

Right-wing nationalists revere kamikaze pilots as heroes while liberals say they were bullied into volunteering to die.. ..................................................................Well, my husband was a japanese born in 1932..What I can tell through his words is that to them was an honor to die for Japan, so all them wished to become a Kamikaze..No bullism at all

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Kamikaze - Envision yourself LOOKING FACE OF THIS Japanese driver - ITS DETERMINATION TO DIE WITH PRIDE IN YOUR COUNTRY

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Kamikaze Pilots | Saki for the Kamikaze pilots

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Gaping hole in the deck of aircraft carrier USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) which was badly damaged & set ablaze after being hit twice in thirty seconds by Japanese kamikaze pilots off the coast of Japan.

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Kamikaze pilots before flying into their suicidal mission

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