Kamikaze postcards are the perfect way to tell someone you’re thinking about them from wherever you are, however far away you are and that you wish you had a Kamikaze plane to take you to them to where they happen to be.
Although the Kamikaze plane is best known to be Japan’s weapon of choice at Pearl Harbor, the invention of this plane also marked the shortest known flight from Tokyo to London in 1937 (which happened to be 51 hours—if you were curious).
Apparently, the Japanese government had commemorative postcards made to celebrate this benchmark in aviation history. The Boston Museum has decided to release their collection of these delightful postcards, so now you can convey your message to love ones with Kamikaze-like speed.
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