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Divine Wind The Kamikaze Special Attack Corps was destined to become not only the most famous of Japans suicide weapons but also the most effective 1WW 2 Kamikazes Earle Rice Jr 12 The Kamikaze method of attack was first developed and used to fight the Americans in the war for the Pacific in 1944 These Divine Wind attackers would swoop out of the sky and sacrifice themselves for their country The Kamikaze attack method was a very affective weapon in the Battles for the Pacific in WW 2 One way that these suicidal bombers were affective was that they had no fear of death it was better to be someone who dies very bravely than someone who lived to surrender Fighting to the death regardless of the odds and chances of success was a deeply embodied tradition in Japan 2 Thunder Gods The Kamikaze Pilots Tell Their Story Boye De Mente It is obvious that if you step onto a battlefield with a fearless attitude that you have a definite advantage over the competition Do not fear to die for the cause of everlasting justice Do not stay alive in dishonor New orders issued by General Hideki Tojo on Jan3 1941 Once again this demonstrates the nature of the Japanese resolve They are being ordered to be ready to die to for the sake of justice and to maintain order to their family The Kamikaze was one of the most effective killing tactics in the Second World War Attackers flying at a low altitude were instructed to climb quickly to about fifteen-hundred feet upon sighting their target before commencing a steep dive on targetto ensure a steep downward plunge for maximum effectiveness 1 65 Kamikazes were not only pilots with a death wish they were trained to fly the most effective route because it could cause the most damage In fact only some of the most skilled pilots could do it Suicide pilots
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