Year: 1978 Source: All Hands, no.734, (March 1978), p.42-45 SIEC No: 19850580

This article is about the Kamikaze attacks of the Japanese during World War II. The word “Kamikaze” refers to a “divine wind” that is believed to have destroyed a mongol fleet attacking Japan in 1570. Kamikaze pilots willingly faced death in the belief that their sacrifice would change the fate of their war ravaged nation. (NBB)