Vintage Japan "Divine Wind" T-Shirt

In 1274, Kublai Kahn attacked Japan. The Japanese samurai were able to fight the Mongols off, and in their departure the Mongolian soldiers were actually struck by a typhoon. The Mongols came back in 1281 and were again struck by a typhoon while retreating. The Japanese called this act of nature the Divine Wind. This name was later adopted by the Special Attacks Unit during the Second World War. This vintage Divine Wind single stitch t shirt, lightly worn in excellent condition, features the Japanese Rising Sun Flag. Fits like a medium, but please refer to sizing for exact measurements. 

Dimensions: 22" Wide by 24.75" Long 

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