WHY are Japanese suicide bombers called kamikazes

WHY are Japanese suicide bombers called kamikazes?

The Mongol khan Kublai twice planned an invasion of Japan, and both times he was prevented by violent typhoons.

The Japanese saw this as a help from above and called them “kamikaze,” which means “divine wind.” And in World War II they used the term to describe suicide pilots.

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