Kamikaze

The Kamikaze was a Japanese Kamikaze Class destroyer of 1270 tons displacement launched in 1922. The Kamikaze was powered by four Kanpon oil-fired boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots and a range of 6400 km at 15 knots and carried a complement of 148. She was armed with four 4.7 inch guns; two anti-aircraft machine-guns and six 21 inch torpedo...
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kamikaze

[n] - (Japanese) a pilot trained and willing to cause a suicidal crash 2. [n] - (Japanese) a fighter plane used for suicide missions by Japanese pilots in World War II
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kamikaze

Pilots of the Japanese air force in World War II who deliberately crash-dived their planes, loaded with bombs, usually on to ships of the US Navy. A special force of suicide pilots was established...
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kamikaze

noun a fighter plane used for suicide missions by Japanese pilots in World War II
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kamikaze

any of the Japanese pilots who in World War II made deliberate suicidal crashes into enemy targets, usually ships. The term also denotes the aircraft ... [3 related articles]
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Kamikaze

[record label] Kamikaze (Thai: กามิกาเซ่) is a Thai record label owned by RS Public Company Limited. It was formed in 2007 by Sutipong Wattanajung. allowing teenagers aged between 14 and 22 years to publish their songs. One of the first artists of this record label was Four-Mod. Ever since Kamikaze debuted the first album ...
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kamikaze

kamikaze (kä"mukä'zē) [Jap.,=divine wind], the typhoon that destroyed Kublai Khan's fleet, foiling his invasion of Japan in 1281. In World War II the term was used for a Japanese suicide air force composed of fliers who crashed their bomb-laden planes into their targets, usua...
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Kamikaze

Kamikaze is British slang for cold weather.
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Kamikaze

Kamikaze is British slang for cold weather.
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Kamikaze

Kamikaze were pilots of the Japanese air force in the Second World War who deliberately crash-dived their planes, loaded with bombs, usually on to ships of the American Navy. A special force of suicide pilots was established 1944 to crash-dive planes, loaded with bombs, onto American and British ships. The first kamikaze attack occurred on the 27th...
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kamikaze

(pilot) Pilots of the Japanese air force in World War II who deliberately crash-dived their planes, loaded with bombs, usually on to ships of the US Navy. A special force of suicide pilots was established 1944 to crash-dive planes, loaded with bombs, onto US and British ships. Initiall...
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KAMIKAZE

divine wind, the providential typhoons which destroyed the Mongol fleet when they tried to invade Japan.
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Kamikaze

[cocktail] The Kamikaze is made of equal parts vodka, triple sec and lime juice. According to the International Bartenders Association, it is served straight up in a cocktail glass. Garnish is typically a wedge or twist of lime. ==Naming== `Kamikaze` ({linktext|神|風}) is a Japanese word literally meaning `divine wind`. ==Variations== Doz...
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Kamikaze

[ride] A Kamikaze (also known as a Double-Arm Ranger, The Apollo, or the Skymaster and Sky Flyer) is a pendulum amusement ride, usually found as a traveling ride, with some examples found at amusement parks. The ride is manufactured by FarFabbri & Sartori, and first made its debut in 1984. Since then, over 150 Kamikazes have been sold. ==De...
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Kamikaze

[manga] A 2-CD audio drama based on the manga was released on December 26, 2003. An English translation of all seven volumes of the manga was released by Tokyopop between February 2006 and February 2008. == Plot == One thousand years ago, 88 beasts descended upon Earth, threatening humanity. Five elemental warriors, the pure-blood members o...
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Kamikaze

[1937 aircraft] ==Background== In the 1930s, as the performance of aircraft was rapidly improving, air races and the setting of long distance flight records was very popular in Europe and North America, and were often used as publicity stunts by newspapers. A French newspaper offered a substantial monetary prize for the first aircraft to fl...
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Kamikaze

[typhoon] The Kamikaze (神風, Japanese for divine wind), were two winds or storms that are said to have saved Japan from two Mongol fleets under Kublai Khan. These fleets attacked Japan in 1274 and again in 1281. Due to growth of Zen Buddhism among Samurai at the time, these were the first events where the typhoons were described as `divi...
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Kamikaze

[disambiguation] The Kamikaze were suicide attacks by military aviators from the Empire of Japan against Allied naval vessels during World War II. Kamikaze may also refer to: == General == == Military == == Music == ...
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Kamikaze

Kamikaze aircraft were essentially pilot-guided explosive missiles, purpose-built or converted from conventional aircraft. Pilots would attempt to crash their aircraft into enemy ships in what was called a `Body Attack` (体当たり; 体当り, taiatari) in planes laden with some combination of explosives, bombs, torpedoes and full fuel tanks; .....
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Kamikaze


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