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The japanese called the typhoon winds divine winds, or khanateskamikazestereotypestariffs.

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Ramon Kelly on April 19, 2019

The correct answer is 'kamikaze'. The Japanese refer to two typhoons that happened in the year 1200 as a kamikaze, which translates as 'divine winds'. These kamikaze saved Japan from a Mongol invasion. Kamikaze underwent a change of meaning in the second world war to refer to suicide attacks by pilots.


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