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Memoirs of a Kamikaze



An incredible, untold story of survival and acceptance that sheds light on one of the darkest chapters in Japanese history.

This book tells the story of Kazuo Odachi who-in 1943, when he was just 16 years-old-joined the Imperial Japanese Navy to become a pilot. A year later, he was unknowingly assigned to the Kamikaze Special Attack Corps-a group of airmen whose mission was to sacrifice their lives by crashing planes into enemy ships. Their callsign was “ten dead, zero alive.” By picking up Memoirs of a Kamikaze, readers will experience the hardships of fighter pilot training-dipping and diving and watching as other trainees crash into nearby mountainsides.

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