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Kamikaze "special Attack Units"

Summary: Kamikazes became almost their last and most destructive defense in World War II. The "Divine Wind" in 1281 helped the Japanese open their eyes in what they can do to help their military force. Japanese found that after the first couple of volunteers had been trained and been put to missions, that the kamikazes became very effective.
Kamikaze Special Attack Units

The "Divine Wind" that started it all. To die voluntary in its peak part of life is very unnatural. The very thought of death is unbearable for any person. It all started way back during the 13th century in 1281. At this time the Mongols armada, led by Kublai Khan, were planning to take over the Japanese islands. Kublai Khan knew the take over was a for sure plan, but suddenly a typhoon erupted, which pushed back the Mongols and destroyed their entire fleet. The typhoon was said to be sent by God, the Divine Wind. Kamikazes were very important during wars because they did the most damage and helped out the Japanese very much. Kamikazes became very popular during World War II. Japanese used the Kamikazes as the most powerful means of defense. Kamikazes became very popular so much that...

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