Divine winds blow on this shrine.
At the end of WWII, the Japanese army used the kamikaze corps to attack the American army.
Five years ago, Koichi drove Viet’s troops back from his shores where they were swallowed up by a divine wind.
Wind of the gods. These are divine winds. More popularly, this is a word known as kamikaze, which became known because of the kamikaze pilots during WWII. This was used before WWII, though, when the entire Mongol fleet was destroyed by a storm, preventing an invasion of Japan. How lucky.
The readings are kun'yomi readings for both, probably because this is two words put together into one. You know the reading of 風 from previous levels, hopefully. Now all you need to do is apply your knowledge of the word 神 to be able to read the rest.