Synopsis by Matthew Tobey
Kralyevich Productions and Goldhil Video present this look at one of the Allied forces most terrifying opponents in World War II, the Japanese Kamikazes. Convinced by their military superiors that their acts would elevate them to god-status, thousands of soldiers in the Japanese army used themselves as weapons in countless suicide missions. Released in 2002, Kamikaze in Color takes a look at several elements surrounding the Kamikazes with commentary by veterans from both sides of the war.
kamikaze, Japanese [nationality], suicide, veteran [military], weapons, world-war