Collection of Statistics on the Tokko 'Kamikaze' Campaign



ww2dbaseThis is a collection of various statistics to aid in the study of tokko ("special attack") campaigns conducted by the Japanese during WW2. These attacks are also known as kamikaze particularly to westerners. ww2dbase

Associated DocumentDateDate
Effectiveness of Japanese Conventional and Special Attacks Against Allied Aircraft Carriers0000-00-00
Japanese Special Attack Aircraft Sorties During the Okinawa Campaign0000-00-00
Kaiten Submarine Missions0000-00-00
Planned and Actual Tokko Naval Weapon Production, 1945-19460000-00-00
Planned Tokko Aircraft Production, 19450000-00-00
Special Attack Damage Inflicted on Allied Navies by Ship Type0000-00-00


Added By: C. Peter Chen





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