- Feb 27, 2010
Actually, no. The Japanese may have used Pervitin, but it was a German brand-name.The Japanese invented Pervitin, the Kamikazes used to take it to keep them going too and give them a send off that was heavenly.
Or you can just imagine a sleight and wave your fist in the sky at your imaginary windmill.
See the OP
The Germans also found that continued use led to poor decision-making, but that was not the concern of the kamikaze pilots.In 1933 the Temmler-Werke company introduced Pervitin, a methamphetamine-based stimulant. The doctor who developed it, Fritz Hauschild, would go on to pioneer East Germany’s sports doping program.