Kamikaze was a type of Japanese pilot who flew suicide missions during the last months of World War II (1939-1945). The kamikazes were trained to dive airplanes loaded with the explosives into certain targets, usually American naval vessels. They were much like a human bullet. The suicide planes were also called kamikazes.
Japan was desperate when it launched the kamikaze missions. Its military leaders viewed the kamikazes as the last hope of stopping the powerful
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I believe when they become adults that they should distinguish the thin line between fact and fiction. The bushido code seems like those childish games where you pretend to be someone. Like little kids pretending to be Superman and invincible.
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