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Kamikaze pilots are seen before departure at the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force Chiran Air Base circa April 1945 in Chiran Kagoshima Japan The air...

Kamikaze pilots are seen before departure at the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force Chiran Air Base circa April 1945 in Chiran Kagoshima Japan The air.

零式艦上戦闘機 写真特集

零式艦上戦闘機 写真特集

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WWII Vets take on the politically correct lefties who say you can’t kill ISIS… “The Japs had their suicide bombers, too …” A bit of context from Wikipedia: Curtis Emerson LeMay (Novembe…

ironwarriors: “ A D4Y Suisei dives at the deck of the USS Sangamon (CVE-26) during a kamikaze attack in the Ryukyu Islands. The Sangamon suffered 11 dead, 25 missing, 21 seriously wounded, extensive...

Anti-aircraft gunners pour a deadly stream of fire into an already-burning Japanese Kamikaze plane plummeting toward the flight deck of the USS Sangamon, a Navy escort carrier, during action in the Ryukyu Islands near Japan, on May 1945

Yellow Magic - japanese marines by dani1944 on Flickr.

Yellow Magic - japanese marines by dani1944 on Flickr.

空挺給水塔 其の8 義烈空挺隊 - 唐瀬原 ―陸軍落下傘部隊史―

空挺給水塔 其の8 義烈空挺隊 - 唐瀬原 ―陸軍落下傘部隊史―

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

Pacific - Japanese Imperial Army- Archives from Major Shokimi -

Surrender in the Philippines

General Tomoyuki Yamashita and his staff surrender the Japanese forces in the Philippines to the officers of the U.

Tomoyuki Yamashita (1885-1946) Army general, commander of Japanese forces in the Philippines

Tomoyuki Yamashita (November 1885 - February General in the Japanese army during World War II. On September he was taken prisoner by the Americans. At his trial in Manila, the American military court sentenced Yamashita to death. He was hanged on February

The Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita, Accused Of War Crime On November 11, 1945, Initiated The Bataan Death March.

Yamashita Tomoyuki: Yamashita Tomoyuki, , Japanese general known for his successful attacks on Malaya and Singapore during World War II. After graduating from the Army Academy and the

Close-up of the photograph at left depicting General Tomoyuki Yamashita, Supreme Commander of Japanese Imperial Forces, Philippines, coming out of the mountains to surrender to the 32D ‘Red Arrow’ Infantry Division near Kiangan, Luzon, on 2 Sep. 1945.

General Yamashita en route to signing the Jap surrender in the Philippines. Yamashita was justly hanged in 1946 for war crimes. It must have made the tiny little elf feel like a big boy to commit such heinous acts.