The term "kamikaze" usually refers to the plane strikes. What devices were also used by Japan for intentional suicide attacks during WW2?

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torpedoes
hovercraft
helicopters
In the final stages of World War II, the Japanese used Kaitens, manned tor­pe­does. Early designs allowed the pilot to escape after the final ac­cel­er­a­tion toward the target, but pro­vi­sion was dropped later. The kaiten could operate for several hours, and it was able to attack several times in case of a miss.

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flagSpain
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4%
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flagBelgium
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flagSweden
6%
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flagNew Zealand
6%
80%
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15
flagGermany
8%
79%
6%
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flagthe United Kingdom
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8%
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flagthe Netherlands
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flagCanada
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72%
10%
6%
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flagPoland
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69%
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flagthe United States
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flagIndia
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6%
66
flagAustralia
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6%
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flagFrance
8%
65%
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35
flagUU
8%
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flagRepublic of Ireland
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5%
11%
35
flagCroatia
15%
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flagNorway
26%
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flagAustria
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flagthe Philippines
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flagItaly
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men74%
women60%
balloons
9%
9%
torpedoes
74%
60%
hovercraft
10%
22%
helicopters
5%
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