Miranda. While the kamikaze fighter pilots of Japan are legendary, the suicide bombers of the Third Reich — used in the final stages of the war — are less widely known. This unsettling title tracks the evolution of this tactic, employed as the Germans lost technological superiority (owing to Allied advancements in electrostatic, infrared sensor, and guidance system research) and the machines with which they were carried out. Also, learn more about the initially devastating kamikaze attacks perpetrated in the Pacific. 288 pages, B&W photos, 7"x 10", hardcover.