Kamikaze pilots

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Saburo Sakai and Hiroyoshi Nishizawa in Rabaul island, together they destroyed more than 150 allied planes!!!

Colorizations By Users - 150 Destroyed col.

Saburo Sakai and Hiroyoshi Nishizawa in Rabaul island, together they destroyed more than 150 allied planes!!!

Piloto kamikase, II Guerra .

Piloto kamikase, II Guerra .

Photos and letters from Japan's WWII kamikaze pilots could be immortalised by the UN, if some Japanese war veterans get their way. Both South Korea and China and even some Japanese veterans oppose the move.

Kamikaze pilots want UN to immortalise letters and photos

Photos and letters from Japan's WWII kamikaze pilots could be immortalised by the UN, if some Japanese war veterans get their way.

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WW2 Pacific - Japanese Imperial Army- Archives from Major Shokimi - 1932/42

tenue M5 ou type 5 (1930) vareuse a col droit avec 2 poches de poitrine à rabats, fermeture par 5 boutons. culotte type culotte de cheval.

Kamikaze pilot

Kamikaze pilot

"同年代の仲間とともに、第72振武隊の荒木幸雄隊員が子犬を腕にかかえている写真。これは朝日新聞のカメラマンが、彼らが沖縄に向けて神風特攻隊員として出陣する前に撮影したものである。   荒木幸雄隊員は1945年5月に沖縄付近でアメリカの船舶に特攻攻撃を仕掛け、17年と2ヶ月の若さで亡くなった。ほとんどの神風特攻隊員は17歳から22歳の年齢である。これは神風特攻隊と聞いて皆がイメージするものとは違う一枚となった。"

目は口ほどにものを言う。瞳が語りかける21枚の歴史的写真とそのサイドストーリー(閲覧注意) : カラパイア

「瞳は心の窓である。」様々な歴史的な写真を見れば、この意味を実感することになるだろう。 我々は誰かを初めて観察する際、その人の目を見る。それは相手がどういう人間で、何を考えているのかを知るためである。そして時にその目は、言葉以上にその人やその人の考

Japanese WW2 Uniforms | KAMIKAZE PILOT UNIFORMS, on display at the Special Attack Peace ...

WW2 KAMIKAZE PILOT UNIFORMS, CHIRAN, JAPAN. 26.05.05 | Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert

KAMIKAZE PILOT UNIFORMS, on display at the Special Attack Peace Memorial Museum, in Chiran, Kyushu Island, Southern Japan. Chiran was the airbase from where kamikaze pilots took off on their final missions.

Ens. Saburo Sakai (1916-2000) One of Japan's leading fighter Aces. He was an enlisted naval aviator; flew the advanced A6M Zero, and saw combat over China, 1938-1941. He took part in the attack on the Philippines, and the first Japanese pilot to shoot down an AAF B17 Flying Fortress. He scored 64 aerial victories, and was the highest scoring Japanese fighter ace to survive the war.

Ens. Saburo Sakai (1916-2000) One of Japan's leading fighter Aces. He was an enlisted naval aviator; flew the advanced A6M Zero, and saw combat over China, 1938-1941. He took part in the attack on the Philippines, and the first Japanese pilot to shoot down an AAF B17 Flying Fortress. He scored 64 aerial victories, and was the highest scoring Japanese fighter ace to survive the war.