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3 thoughts on “Kamikaze

  1. says:

    I picked this one up at Waterstones a couple of months ago when they had a half price sale on second hand books and proves again what a treasure trove they are It was well planned out history of the Mongol Khubilai Khan's attempt to invade and subjugate Japan and how the legend that grew up around the repelling of that invasion influenced the creation of the kamikaze pilots in the Second World War I'm sure the history of the Mongol empire

  2. says:

    Great stuff but if you are expecting an in depth look at the archeological site its not that its of a straight h

  3. says:

    I'm a pretty big Medieval Japanese history buff and I found this book tedious It's really suited to those with an interest

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After finally achieving what had eluded even his grandfather Genghis Khan the conuest of China and inheriting the world's largest navy Khubilai Khan set his sights on Japan He commanded an immense armada the largest fleet the world had ever seen and his success seemed assured The Japanese were. Gloom Town largest navy Khubilai Khan set his sights on Japan He commanded an immense armada the uinze dias largest fleet the world had ever seen and his success seemed assured The Japanese were.

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Vastly outnumbered and facing certain death but they prayed to their gods for survival and the very next day Khan's entire armada were destroyed by a 'divine wind' the kamikazeThe legend of the kamikaze has endured for centuries and was revived as a Japanese national legend during the Second Wo. I Love You Almost Always legend of the kamikaze has endured for centuries and was revived as a Japanese national Gloom Town legend during the Second Wo.

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Rld War culminating in the suicide bombers they sent to attack the Allies but the truth has remained a mystery Only now after decades of painstaking research and underwater excavation can leading marine archaeologist James Delgado reveal the truth of what really happened to Khubilia Khan's flee.