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Who were the Kamikazes?

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The Kamikazes were a group of suicidal Japanese pilots during World War II, they would purposely crash into Allied Ships in a last ditch effort to safe the Japanese Empire.

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Kamikazes were suicide attacks from Japan.



Kamikazes were considered suicide pilots.


Kamikazes were not German, but in fact Japanese. Japanese kamikazes were suicide pilots in WWII who purposefully crashed thir planes full of bombs as a way of combat.


Well young grasshopper. The Kamikazes were just pilots that flew into things, so yes they did have uniforms.


Kamikazes were people who killed themselves to save Japan by using a plane to smash into enemy ships, carriers and buildings.


They didn't, they were suicide bombers.


There were over 2800 Kamikazes thrown into battle; between the Battles of Leyte Gulf in October 1944 through the battle of Okinawa in 1945.


I believe they were called kamikazes.


they were Japanese fighter pilots. that sacrifice their lives for war.


The name of Japanese suicide pilots were called Kamikazes. Kamikazes were "pilots who were trained to ship the Allies ships by crashing bomb-filled planes into them."


The Japanese Suicide Pilots were called Kamikazes.


Hogan's Heroes - 1965 The Kamikazes Are Coming 6-20 was released on: USA: 21 February 1971


December 7, 1941 at Pearl Harbor.


Battle of Leyte Gulf, Oct '44


Kamikazes, or "divine winds", used a suicide-airplane attack to destroy Allied ships and trenches. The famous kamikazes were implented during the attack of Pearl Harbor,


Sailors who fought to live and pilots who fought to die...the kamikazes.


The planes carried bombs that exploded when the pilots crashed into targets.


Kamikazes were Japanese suicide planes (around 1944-1945) whose pilots deliberately crashed themselves into Allied warships. Japan was faring poorly during the last year of World War II, and out of desperation, trained kamikaze pilots to try to hold off the Allied advance toward Japan. Although they caused a lot of damage, the kamikazes were ultimately unsuccessful in holding back the Allies.


Funny! So they don't get killed before they hit their "intended" target.


To be honest nothing at all. They weren't from China. They were from Japan.


Kamikazes fought during WWII. The pilots were considered brave. Terrorists acted outside of their government's authority; i.e. not under a situation of declared war. The pilots are considered terrorists.


Japanese pilots who took on suicide missions to dive into US ships.


no,but there is a commander who say that if his plane is badly damaged,then he will crashed into an important target which he did


From the Battle of Leyte Gulf in October 1944, to the Battle of Okinawa in April -June of 1945; Japan's ARMY and NAVY expended approximately 2800 Kamikazes. For the planned invasion of the Empire's home islands, Japan prepared over 7,000 more Kamikazes for operations.



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