Divine Thunder: The Life and Death of the Kamikazes

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During the battle of Okinawa 40 American ships were either sunk or damaged beyond repair and 368 more were damaged to a lesser degree. Most of this devastation was the result of suicide attacks by Japanese pilots. To their targets, they were regarded as fanatics, but their effect on American Navy morale was devastating. How could an enemy prepared to use this ultimate form of attack ever be stopped?

Divine thunder; the life and death of the kamikazes. 1971, McCall Pub. Co., New York

ISBN-13: 9780841500884

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