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Ā dōki no sakura (Ah, cherry blossoms of same class). 1967. Directed by Sadao Nakajima. 107 min. Toei. DVD.

Ā tokubetsu kōgekitai (Ah, Special Attack Corps). 1960. Directed by Yoshio Inoue. 95 min. Daiei. DVD.

Abe, Saburō. 2005. Tokkō Yamato Kantai (Yamato Special Attack Fleet). Tōkyō: Kōjinsha.

Acord, John Glenn, and Jimmie Lewis Holbrook. 2000. Hell and High Water in the Pacific: The Story of the USS Lowry, DD 770. New York: Vantage Press.

Adams, Phelps. 1962. "Kamikazes," in Masterpieces of War Reporting: The Great Moments of World War II. Edited by Louis L. Snyder. New York: Julian Messner.

Aeronautical Staff of Aero Publishers. 1966. Kamikaze. Aero Publishers, Inc.: Fallbrook, CA.

Aihoshi, Masako. 1992. Hana no toki wa kanashimi no toki: Chiran tokkō obasan Torihama Tome monogatari (Flower season, a sad season: Story of Tome Torihama, aunt of Chiran's kamikaze pilots). Kagoshima City: Takisyobō.

Air War Stories. 1966. Kamikaze! No. 6 (February). New York: Dell Publishing.

Akabane, Reiko, and Hiroshi Ishii. 2001. Hotaru kaeru (The firefly returns). Tōkyō: Soshisa.

Andersen, Roy S. 2007. Three Minutes Off Okinawa. Worcester, MA: Jana Press.

Arnold, Chesty. 1994. Standby Arnold. Revised edition, originally published in 1992. Orlando, FL: R.M.C. Arnold.

Asahi Shimbun Seibu Honsha. 1990. Sora no kanata ni (To distant skies). Fukuoka: Ashishobo.

Atkinson, William Illsey. 2012. Tommy: A World War II Novel. Toronto: ECW Press.

Attack. 1971. Kamikaze! Vol.1, No. 1 (September). Derby, CT: Charlton Press.

Away All Boats. 1956. Directed by Joseph Pevney. Written by Ted Sherdeman. Produced by Howard Christie. 114 minutes. New York: GoodTimes Home Video, 1999. DVD.

Axell, Albert, and Hideaki Kase. 2002. Kamikaze: Japan's Suicide Gods. London: Pearson Education.

Bae, Yeonhong. 2009. Chōsenjin tokkōtai: Nihonjin to shite shinda eireitachi (Koreans in special attack corps: Heroes who died as Japanese). Tōkyō: Shinchosha.

Ball, Donald L. 1997. Fighting Amphibs: The LCS(L) in World War II. Williamsburg, VA: Mill Neck Publications.

Ballenger, Dean W. 1961. The Navy Crew That Kidnaped 77 Kamikaze Harem Virgins. Stag, September, 20-3. 42-4.

Barker, A.J. 1971. Suicide Weapon. New York: Ballantine Books.

Battle. 1954. Kamikaze! No. 31 (July). New York: Foto Parade.

Battle. 1959. Kamikaze! No. 63 (April). New York: Male Publishing Corp.

Battle Line: Okinawa. 1963. Produced and directed by Sherman Grinberg. Written by Jack Lyman and N.H. Cominos. 25 min. Time-Life Video. Videocassette.

Batty, David. 2004. Japan's War in Colour. London: Carlton Books.

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Becton, F. Julian, with Joseph Morschauser III. 1980. The Ship That Would Not Die. Missoula, Montana: Pictorial Histories Publishing Company.

Billingsley, Edward Baxter. 2005. The Emmons Saga: A History of the USS Emmons (DD457-DMS22). New York: iUniverse.

Blackhawk. 1956. The Red Kamikaze Terror. No. 105 (October). Sparta, IL: Comics Favorites.

Blanton, Earl. 1991. Boston——to Jacksonville (41,000 Miles by Sea). Seaford, VA: Goose Creek Publications.

Blossy, Henry J. 1950. Kamikaze: "The Day I Can't Forget." Blue Book, May, 53-5.

Bonner, Kit, and Carolyn Bonner. 2008. USS Missouri at War. Minneapolis: Zenith Press.

Bradley, F.J. 1999. No Strategic Targets Left. Paducah, KY: Turner Publishing Company.

Brown, Charles D., comp., and Robert L. Anteau, ed. 2002. Historical Review: U.S.S. Drexler DD-741. 3rd ed. Privately published.

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Brown, David. 1990. Kamikaze. Greenwich, CT: Brompton Books.

Bungei Shunju, ed. 2005. Ningen bakudan to yobarete: Shōgen - ōka tokkō (They were called human bombs: Testimony - ohka special attacks). Tōkyō: Bungei Shunju.

Burlingame, Burl. 1992. Advance Force Pearl Harbor. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press.

Burt, Ron. 1995. Kamikaze Nightmare. Corpus Christi, TX: Alfie Publishing.

Bustin, Steven George. 2007. Humble Heroes: How the USS Nashville CL43 Fought WWII. Privately published.

Caidin, Martin. 1961. Nishizawa: Japan's Deadliest Combat Pilot—102 U.S. Air Force Kills. Stag, October, 36, 38-9, 70-3.

Calhoun, C. Raymond. 1993. Tin Can Sailor: Life Aboard the USS Sterett, 1939-1945. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press.

Carriers: Kamikaze. 1990. Produced, directed, and written by Luke Swann. 22 min. Pacific Arts Video. Videocassette.

Carruthers, Steven L. 1982. Australia Under Siege: Japanese Submarine Raiders 1942. Sydney: Solus Books.

________. 2006. Japanese Submarine Raiders 1942: A Maritime Mystery. Narrabeen, NSW: Casper Publications.

Cea, Eduardo. [2011]. Tokubetsu Kogeki Tai. Special Attack Units. Originally published in Spanish by AF Editores. Valladolid, Spain: AF Editions.

Charney, John G. No date. USS Ingraham DD694: 1944-1945. Privately published.

Chiran Kōjo Nadeshiko Kai (Chiran Girls' High School Nadeshiko Association), ed. 1996. Gunjō: Chiran tokkō kichi yori (Deep blue: From Chiran special attack forces air base). Originally published in 1979. Kagoshima City: Takisyobō.

Chiran Supiichi Kontesto Jikkō Iinkai (Chiran Speech Contest Committee). 1990-2003. Ashita inochi kagayake: Heiwa e no messeeji from Chiran (Shine your life for tomorrow: Messages of peace from Chiran). Published on web site and in annual books of current year speeches. Chiran Town, Kagoshima Prefecture: Chiran Supiichi Kontesto Jikkō Iinkai Jimukyoku (Chiran Speech Contest Committee Administrative Office). Link no longer available on Internet.

Chiran Tokkō Heiwa Kaikan (Peace Museum for Kamikaze Pilots). No date. Booklets in Japanese and English published by Chiran Peace Museum.

Chiran Tokkō Heiwa Kaikan (Peace Museum for Kamikaze Pilots), ed. 2007. Itsu made mo, itsu made mo ogenki de (Be in good spirits forever and ever). Tōkyō: Soshisha.

Chiran Tokkō Irei Kenshō Kai (Chiran Special Attack Memorial Society), ed. 2005. Konpaku no kiroku: Kyū rikugun tokubetsu kōgekitai chiran kichi (Record of departed spirits: Former Army Special Attack Corps Chiran Base). Revised edition, originally published in 2004. Chiran Town, Kagoshima Prefecture: Chiran Tokkō Irei Kenshō Kai.

Cline, Rick. 1998. Escort Carrier WWII: War in the Pacific on the Aircraft Carrier USS Petrof Bay. Placentia, CA: R.A. Cline Publishing.

The Cockpit: Kamikaze Stories. 1993. Written by Leiji Matsumoto. Produced by Tatsumi Yamashita, Toshio Hagiwara, and Haruo Noguchi. Directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri (Episode #1), Takashi Imanishi (#2), and Ryosuke Takahashi (#3). 90 min. Urban Vision. Videocassette.

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Day of the Kamikaze. 2007. Written, produced, and directed by Peter Nicholson. 75 min. Also includes Eyewitness Kamikaze (26 min.). Smithsonian Networks. DVD.

Day of the Kamikaze: November 25, 1944. 2004. Written, produced, and directed by Jason McDonald. 49 min. MFA Productions. DVD.

D-Days in the Pacific. 2006. Produced by Lou Reda Productions. 276 min. The History Channel, DVD.

Deguchi no nai umi (Sea without exit). 2006. Directed by Kiyoshi Sasabe. Screenplay by Yoji Yamada and Motofumi Tomikawa. Based on novel written by Hideo Yokoyama. 121 min. Shochiku. DVD.

Delgado, James. 2010. Kamikaze: History's Greatest Naval Disaster. London: Vintage Books.

Delgado, James P., Terry Kerby, Hans K. Van Tilburg, Steven Price, Ole Varmer, Maximilian D. Cremer, and Russell Matthews. 2016. The Lost Submarines of Pearl Harbor: The Rediscovery and Archaeology of Japan's Top-Secret Midget Submarines of World War II. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press.

Den, Hideo. 2002. Tokkōtai datta boku ga ima wakamono ni tsutaetai koto (What I as a former Special Attack Corps member would like to say to today's young people). Tōkyō: Lyon Books.

Dennis, E. B. 1998. U.S.S. Frustrate: "The Luckiest Ship in the Navy." Privately published.

Dennis, E. Byron. 1989. The Destroyer U.S.S. Flusser DD368: Her Life of Service. Privately published.

Deutermann, P. T. 2014. Sentinels of Fire. New York: St. Martin's Press.

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Dizon, Daniel H. 2007. Firipin shōnen ga mita kamikaze: osanai kokoro ni kizamareta yasashii nihonjintachi (Kamikaze seen by Philippine youth: Kind Japanese individuals engraved in my young heart). Tōkyō: Sakuranohana Shuppan.

Dodson, Kenneth. 1954. Away All Boats. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.

Dogfights: The Complete Season One. 2007. Directed by Robert Kirk. Produced by Abe Scheuermann. Narrated by Phil Crowley. 8 hours., 37 minutes in total. History Channel. DVD.

Dogfights: The Complete Season Two. 2008. Directed by Rob Lihani. Produced by Digital Ranch. Written by David Connelly. Narrated by Phil Crowley. 13 hours, 19 minutes in total. HISTORY. DVD.

Dower, John W. 1986. War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War. New York: Pantheon Books.

________. 1999. Embracing Defeat: Japan in the Wake of World War II. New York: W.W. Norton.

Duffy, John. 1992. The Wonderful World of John Duffy: An Autobiography. Privately published.

Eadon, Stuart, ed. 1995. Kamikaze: The Story of the British Pacific Fleet. Revised edition. Bristol, UK: Crécy Books.

Eiga "Ningen no Tsubasa" o Tsukuru Kai (Committee to Make Wings of a Man), ed. 1996. Ningen no Tsubasa (Wings of a Man). Eiga "Ningen no Tsubasa" o Tsukuru Kai (Committee to Make Wings of a Man).

Farville, Arthur. 1964. The One-Man Yank Invasion of Japan's "Kamikaze Island." Men, February, 24-6, 62-5.

Ferris, James S. and William Wheeler. 1991. The Aircraft Carrier USS Wasp CV-18. Paducah, KY: Turner Publishing Company.

Ferry, Charles. 1983. Raspberry One. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.

56th Shinyō Squadron Member Volunteers, Reiko Kimura, and Enosuke Kamida. 2004. Kaigun suijō tokkōtai: Shinyō (Navy surface special attack corps: Shinyō). Tōkyō: Gensyu Publishing.

Fightin' Air Force. 1958. Kamikaze Pilot. Vo. 1, No. 10 (January). Derby, CT: Charlton Comics Group.

Fightin' Marines. 1979. Kamikaze. Vol. 11, No. 146 (October). Derby, CT: Charlton Publications.

Fightin' Navy. 1965. Kamikaze Killer. Vol. 12, No. 122 (September). Derby, CT: Charlton Comics Group.

Fillmore, Walter J. 2001. War History of USS Leutze (DD-481). Charleston, SC: Narwhal Press.

The Fleet That Came to Stay. [1945]. In December 7th / The Fleet That Came to Stay. 2001. 60 min. New York: Goodtimes. DVD.

Flynn, Peter. No date. Kamikaze! Sydney: Calvert Publishing.

Foster, Barry J. 2002. The Last Destroyer: The Story of the USS Callaghan. Haverford, PA: Infinity Publishing.

Fowler, Bo. 1999. The Astrological Diary of God. New York: Bloomsbury.

Francillon, René J. 1979. Japanese Aircraft of the Pacific War. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press.

________. No date. Aircraft Profile 210: Mitsubishi 4GM 'Betty' & Ohka Bomb. Windsor, UK: Profile Publications Limited.

Freedman, Nancy. 1992. The Seventh Stone. New York: Dutton.

Fry, John. 1996. USS Saratoga CV-3: An Illustrated History of the Legendary Aircraft Carrier 1927-1946. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing.

Fukahori, Michiyoshi. 2001. Tokkō no shinjitsu: Meirei to kenshin to izoku no kokoro (Truth of Special Attack Corps: Orders, devotion, and bereaved families' hearts). Tōkyō: Harashobo.

________. 2003. Tokkō no sōkatsu: Nemure nemure haha no mune ni (Summary of Special Attack Corps: Sleep, sleep, at mother's breast). Tōkyō: Harashobo.

Fukawa, Yoko. 2000. Ano sensō o tsutaetai (I want to tell you about that war). Kyoto: Kamogawa Shuppan.

Fukushima, Yasuki. 2009. Sokoku yo! (My country). Tōkyō: Genki Shobō.

Fuon (The Crying Wind). 2004. Directed by Yoichi Higashi. Written by Shun Medoruma. 106 min. Tōkyō: Toei Video. DVD.

Futaba, Yuriko, Michio Oda, Shiro Oka, and Kazuko Oshikawa. 1987. Tokkō no haha: Heiwa e no inori (Tokko mother: prayer for peace). 52 min. King Record Co. Audiocassette.

Gabriel, Philip. 1999. Mad Wives and Island Dreams: Shimao Toshio and the Margins of Japanese Literature. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Gakken, ed. 2009. Heiwa e no omoi (Thoughts toward peace). Kandō stories 9 (Inspiring stories, volume 9). Tōkyō: Gakken.

Gambetta, Diego, ed. 2005. Making Sense of Suicide Missions. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gandt, Robert. 2010. The Twilight Warriors. New York: Broadway Books.

Garber, Lisa Hosokawa. 2009. Crosswind. Laurinburg, NC: St. Andrews College Press.

Gekkō no Natsu (Summer of the Moonlight Sonata). 1993. Directed by Seijiro Koyama. Written by Tsuneyuki Mori. 111 min. Pony Canyon. Videocassette.

Gekkō no Natsu (Summer of the Moonlight Sonata). 2003. Written by Tsuneyuki Mori. Produced by Nobuhiro Tsuneyoshi. 129 min. Atmark Corporation. Compact disk.

Ghostly Tales. 1978. The Last Kamikaze! Vol. 13, No. 128 (March). Derby, CT: Charlton Publications.

Gladiators of World War II: The Kamikazes. 2001. Written and directed by Charles Messenger. 48 min. Nugus/Martin Productions. DVD.

Glanzman, Sam. 1972. U.S.S. Stevens: Ride the Baka. In Our Army at War No. 248 (August). New York: National Periodical Publications.

________. 1979. U.S.S. Stevens: Kamikaze. In America at War: The Best of DC War Comics, edited by Michael Uslan (New York: Simon and Schuster). First published in Our Army at War No. 235, August 1971 (New York: National Periodical Publications).

________. 1987. A Sailor's Story. New York: Marvel Comics.

________. 1989. A Sailor's Story, Book Two: Winds, Dreams, and Dragons. New York: Marvel Comics.

Gotoh, Reiko. 2005. Tokkō senshi no ishi ni furete (Experiencing the last wishes of the special attack warriors). Tōkyō: Tōkyō Tosho Shuppan.

Grant, Fergus. 1963. Attack from the sun. London, Melbourne, and Sydney: Horwitz Publications.

Grant, Pete. 1990. Night Flying Avenger. South Windsor, CT: Newmark Publishing Company.

Graves, Richard W. 2000. Men of Poseidon: Life at Sea Aboard the USS Rall. Nevada City, CA: Willow Valley Press.

Gray, Edwyn. 1976. Tokyo Torpedo. New York: Pinnacle Books.

Great Blunders of WWII: The Failure of the Kamikaze. 1998. Produced and directed by Jonathan Martin. Written by Charles Messenger. 21 min. The History Channel. Video.

Griggs, William L. 1997. Preludes to Victory: The Battle of Ormoc Bay in WWII. Somerville, NJ: Atlantic Press.

Grose, Peter. 2007. A Very Rude Awakening. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Grossberg, Josh. 2012. Last Letter Home: Stories of War, Love and Remembrance. Privately published.

Hagoromo Society of Kamikaze Divine Thunderbolt Corps Survivors. 1973. The Cherry Blossom Squadrons: Born to Die. Edited and supplemented by Andrew Adams. Translated by Nobuo Asahi and the Japan Tech Co. Los Angeles: Ohara Publications.

Hall, James J. 1984. American Kamikaze. Privately published.

Hamazono, Shigeyoshi. [1998]. Suiheisen (The horizon). No publisher given.

Hara, Katsuhiro. 2004. Shinsō kamikaze tokkō: Hisshi hitchū no 300 nichi (Kamikaze special attack facts: 300 days of certain-death, sure-hit attacks). Tōkyō: KK Bestsellers.

________. 2006. Shashin ga kataru "tokkō" densetsu (Legend of "special attacks" as told by photographs). Tōkyō: KK Bestsellers.

________. 2007. Chinkon: Tokubetsu kōgekitai no isho (Repose of souls: Last letters of Special Attack Corps). Tōkyō: KK Bestsellers.

Hara, Tameichi, Fred Saito, and Roger Pineau. 1961. Japanese Destroyer Captain. New York: Ballantine Books.

Harmon, J. Scott. 1985. U.S.S. Cassin Young (DD-793). Missoula, MT: Pictorial Histories Publishing.

Harper, Dale P. 2001. Too Close for Comfort. Victoria, Canada: Trafford Publishing.

Hasegawa, Kaoru. No date. My Personal History: Two Lives. Booklet of articles originally published in Nihon Keizai Shimbun from November 1 to 30, 1998. Osaka: Rengo Co.

Hashimoto, Mochitsura. 1954. Sunk! New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Hata, Ikuhiko, and Yasuho Izawa. 1989. Japanese Naval Aces and Fighter Units in World War II. Translated by Don Cyril Gorham. Originally published in 1970 by Kantosha in Japanese. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press.

Hata, Ikuhiko, Yasuho Izawa, and Christopher Shores. 2002. Japanese Army Air Force Fighter Units and Their Aces 1931-1945. London: Grub Street.

Hawaii Five-O. 1968. Samurai. Created by Leonard Freeman. Produced by Robert Stambler. Directed by Alvin Ganzer. Teleplay by Jerome Coopersmith and Mel Goldberg. 51 min. October 17. CBS Broadcasting, 2007. DVD.

Hayashi, Eidai. 2005. Jūbaku tokkō sakuradan ki (Heavy bomber Sakura-dan special attack plane). Osaka: Toho Shuppan.

________. 2007. Rikugun tokkō shinbu ryō: Seikansha no shūyō shisetsu (Army special attack Shinbu barracks: Detention facility for survivors). Osaka: Toho Shuppan.

________. 2009. Kuroshio no natsu: Saigo no shinyō tokkō (Kuroshio summer: Last shinyō special attack). Tōkyō: Kōjinsha.

Heiwa e no ukei (Pledge to peace). 2007. Directed by Takashi Miike. Written by Itaru Era. 44 min. Bull-X. DVD. Story 1: Yamaga tōrō (Yamaga lanterns), 13 min. Story 2: Matsuo Keiu to sono haha (Keiu Matsuo and his mother), 31 min.

Hero Ships. 2008. Produced by Lou Reda Productions. 650 min. The History Channel, DVD.

Hersey, John. 1945. Kamikaze. Life, July 30, 68-75.

High, Peter B. 2003. The Imperial Screen: Japanese Film Culture in the Fifteen Years' War; 1931-1945. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Hino, Takako. 1997. Tsubasa no kakera: Tokkō ni chitta kaigun yobi gakusei no seishun (Wing fragment: Youth of Navy reserve students who died in special attacks). Tōkyō: Kodansha.

Hiragi, Katsumi. 2005. Tokkō pairotto o sagase: Umoreta rekishi no nazo o horiokoshita shinjitsu no kiroku (Finding a kamikaze pilot: Record of truth uncovered regarding puzzle of his hidden history). Tōkyō: Fusosha Publishing.

Hiroi, Tadao. 1995. Hotaru ni natta tokkōhei: Miyakawa Saburo monogatari (Kamikaze pilot who turned into firefly: Story of Saburo Miyakawa). Niigata City: Niigata Nippo Jigyosha.

Hisayama, Shinobu. 2009. Aozora no kōseki: Moto zerosen pairotto ga kataru kūsen to tokkō no kiroku (Flight path in blue sky: Record of air battles and special attacks as told by former Zero fighter pilot). Tōkyō: Sankei Shinbun Shuppan.

Hokui 15° no dyuo: Nihon hatsu no shinpū tokubetsu kōgekitai no kiseki (15° north latitude duo: Tracks of Japan's first Shinpu (Kamikaze) Special Attack Unit). 1990. Directed and written by Masayoshi Nemoto. 101 min. No place: Zeyliv.

Horikoshi, Sakuji. 2010. Inochi narikeri: Tokkō yotabi seikan no ki (Even such is life: Account of returning alive four times from special attacks). Tōkyō: Tōkyō Tosho Shuppankai.

Hotaru (Firefly). 2001. Directed by Yasuo Furuhata. 114 min. Tōkyō: Toei Video. DVD.

Hoyt, Edwin P. 1983. The Kamikazes. Short Hills, NJ: Burford Books.

________. 1993. The Last Kamikaze: The Story of Admiral Matome Ugaki. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Hugault, Romain. 2007. The Final Flight. No place: Paquet.

Hyakuta, Naoki. 2009. Eien no zero (The Eternal Zero). Tōkyō: Kodansha.

Iga, Kazuhiro, Seihō Takisawa, Takeshi Kobayashi, Makoto Ueda, Minoru Nonaka, Oohide Matsuda, and Shoichi Yamagami. 2001. Tokkō: The Spirit of Kamikaze. Tōkyō: Nihon Shuppansha.

Iio, Kenshi. 1985. Kaimondake: Bakuon to ariran no uta ga kiete yuku (Mount Kaimon: Roar and the song "Arirang" disappear). Tōkyō: Shueisha.

Imai, Kenji. 2006. Kaze yo shizume: Shiryō kara mita kaigun kamikaze tokkōtaiin no seishun (Wind, be calm: Navy Kamikaze Special Attack Corps members' youth seen from reference material). Tōkyō: Gensyu Publishing Co.

Imai, Masayuki. 1995. The Winds of God. Tōkyō: Kadokawa Shoten.

Imamura, Shigeo. 2001. Shig: The True Story of an American Kamikaze. Baltimore: American Literary Press.

Imanishi, Sukeyuki. 1991.  Sumirejima (Violet Island). Illustrated by Yoshiro Matsunaga. Tōkyō: Kaisei-sha.

Inoguchi, Rikihei, and Tadashi Nakajima. 1953. Eyewitness Story of the Kamikaze Suicide Missions. Translated by Masataka Chihaya and Roger Pineau. The Reader's Digest, December, 137-40.

________. 1953. The Kamikaze Attack Corps. Translated and condensed by Masataka Chihaya and Roger Pineau. United States Naval Institute Proceedings 79 (9): 933-945.

________, with Roger Pineau. 1958. The Divine Wind: Japan's Kamikaze Force in World War II. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press.

Inside Ten Days: A tribute to the men of the USS Columbia CL-56. 2006. By Carl David Adams. 22 min. Privately published, DVD.

Iredale, Will. 2016. The Kamikaze Hunters: Fighting for the Pacific, 1945. New York: Pegasus.

Irons, Martin. 2017. Phalanx Against the Divine Wind: Protecting the Fast Carrier Task Force During World War 2. Hoosick Falls, NY: Merriam Press.

Ishiguro, Ryusuke, and Tadeusz Januszewski. 2009. Japanese Special Attack Aircraft & Flying Bombs. Sandomierz, Poland: Stratus.

Ishimaru, Gen-show. 2001. Kamikaze. Tōkyō: Asuka Shinsha.

Isho: Tokubetsu Kōgekitai (Last Letters: Special Attack Corps). No date. Edited by Hichiro Naemura and Hakuō Izokukai. 45 min. Tōkyō: Koala Books. DVD.

Isono, Yasuko. 1985. Ai to shi 768 jikan: Ningen gyorai kaiten tokubetsu kōgeki taiin no memo (Love and death 768 hours: Notes by kaiten human torpedo Special Attack Corps member). Tōkyō: Seishun Shuppansha.

Iso, Yone. 2016. Tokkōbana: Manga de yomu tokkōhei monogatari (Kamikaze flowers: Reading kamikaze pilot stories by comics). Tōkyō: Gakugei Miraisha.

Ito, Masanori, with Roger Pineau. 1956. The End of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Translated by Andrew Y. Kuroda and Roger Pineau. New York: Macfadden-Bartell.

Ito, Nobue. 2005. Otokotachi no Yamato Complete Book (Men's Yamato Complete Book). Tōkyō: Ipushiron Shuppan Kikaku.

Iwamoto, Kiyoshi, and Tsutomu Mukaida, eds. 1992. Chinkon -- shirakumo ni norete kimi kaerimase: Tokkō kichi daini kokubu no ki (Repose of souls -- riders of the white clouds, come back to us: Record of Special Attack Corps Kokubu No. 2 Air Base). Mizobe Town, Kagoshima Prefecture: Jūsanzukabaru tokkōhi hozon iinkai (Committee to Preserve the Jūsanzukabaru Special Attack Corps Monument).

Jackson, Steve. 2003. Lucky Lady: The World War II Heroics of the USS Santa Fe and Franklin. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers.

Japan's War in Colour. 2003. Produced by David Batty. Narrated by Brian Cox. 94 min. Rhino Home Video. DVD.

The Japanese Air Forces in World War II: The Organization of the Japanese Army & Naval Air Forces, 1945. 1979. New York: Hippocrene Books.

Jenkins, David. 1992. Hitting Home: The Japanese Attack on Sydney 1942. Sydney: Random House Australia.

Jinno, Masami. 2000. Azusa tokubetsu kōgekitai: Bakugekiki "Ginga" sanzen kiro no kōseki (Azusa special attack unit: "Ginga" bombers' 3,000-km flight path). Tōkyō: Kōjinsha.

Jitsuroku: Kamikaze tokubetsu kōgekitai, kanzenban seisaku iinkai (Production committee for Authentic accounts: Kamikaze Special Attack Corps, unabridged edition). 2010. Jitsuroku: Kamikaze tokubetsu kōgekitai, kanzenban (Authentic accounts: Kamikaze Special Attack Corps, unabridged edition). Drawings by Hiromi Iwashita, Tetsuya Nemoto, Takuro Tada, Setsuo Tanabe, Shojin Tanaka, Junichi Wada, Yasuhiro Watanabe, and Toichiro Yanagida. Tōkyō: Take Shobo.

Kachi, Akira. 2005. Senkan mizūri ni totsunyū shita reisen (Zero fighter that crashed into battleship Missouri). Tōkyō: Kōjinsha.

Kaga, Otohiko. 1999. Riding the East Wind: A Novel of War and Peace. Translated by Ian Hideo Levy. Tōkyō: Kodansha International.

Kaiten Kenshōkai (Kaiten Memorial Association). 1965. Kaiten. No place: Kaiten Kenshōkai.

Kaiten Kichi o Hozon Suru Kai (Kaiten Base Preservation Society). 1999. Kaiten Kinenkan gaiyō, shūzō mokuroku (Kaiten Memorial Museum summary and collection listing). Tokuyama (now Shunan), Yamaguchi Prefecture: Kaiten Kichi o Hozon Suru Kai.

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Kamikaze. 1961. Produced and written by Perry Wolff. 85 min. Sandy Hook, CT: Video Yesteryear, 1992. Videocassette.

Kamikaze. 1986. Dubbed English version of Taiheiyō no Tsubasa (Wings of the Pacific), 1963. 100 min. World Aviation Video. Videocassette.

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