Wednesday

Kamikaze soldiers in WW II - real video

Rare video footage of Kamikaze soldiers in World War II.

The Japanese word Kamikaze is usually translated as "divine wind" 
(kami is the word for "god", "spirit", or "divinity", and kaze for "wind").


30 comments:

  1. Man that's messed up. Militaries do some evil shit to program soldiers to be fine with dying.

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  2. that guy at 2:07 is really lucky

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  3. definitely a blog up my alley, freedom of information is something I strongly support. That being said, most people who share our view point are generally 'anti American'. I feel this is the greatest country on Earth, but obviously we make mistake, but so do other countries. We offer freedoms that many countries can't even dream of having... anyway following and supporting

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  4. This blog is LITERALLY relevant to my interests.

    I'm a HUGE WW2 buff. Definitely following you. Great footage by the way!

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  5. Military warfare has always been interesting to me. I will be adding this blog to my morning coffee.

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  6. That just made me incredibly sad :(

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  7. I love WW2, big fan of warfare, definatelly following this blog.

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  8. That was some fucked up shit, man.

    btw, League of Legends is totally free to play.

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  9. woow wtf....

    very intense and sad.

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  10. Holy crap, I ... I don't even know what to say to that.

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  11. They knew if they lost they could not go home.

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  12. falling down, like cherry blossoms.
    oh wow
    tank you

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  13. that's some morbid footage, even with that intro, i still can't understand what went thru their minds

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  14. In war, a lot of our most human feelings disappear. It's really something that changes who we are and what we do. This video is a clear depiction of that.

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  15. Bloody hell, that was an intense video!

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  16. 'divine wind' wow i never knew that thanks.

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  18. you remembered me the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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  19. I agree with Jay Cockson. o_O

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