Visitors at the Kamikaze: Beyond the Fire film and exhibition
Temporary Exhibitions

Kamikaze: Beyond the Fire

With stories of young men on both sides of the devastating attacks on Allied warships during World War II and artifacts from the United States and Japan, this powerful exhibit offers firsthand accounts from survivors and an immersive multimedia experience.

Kamikaze: Beyond the Fire has been made possible by a generous grant from the Daniels Fund.  

This film represents historical events and perspectives expressed in the language of the period. The experience includes flashing lights, alarms, imitation fog and explosive sound effects. Some scenes may be too intense for young children.

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Archival photo of the Kamikaze attack
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Get a closer look at the history behind Kamikaze with interviews from both sides of the conflict in a multimedia installation.


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