When you think of propaganda during the World War II, the first association is Germany. The country even had a Ministry of Propaganda, with Joseph Goebbels serving as the Minister of Propaganda.
Germany did everything they could to show the people they were right, and that their Aryan race belief was not just a myth, but a true identity.
But Germany was not the only country that used propaganda during World War II so openly. Japan was on the same level. After all, the two countries were allies in World War II.
The Japanese government used cartoons, and much more to further their agenda. This documentary created by American propaganda, shows just how far the Japanese government was ready to go to influence the thinking of its citizens.
The movie was originally created to prepare American soldiers for the war that awaits in the Pacific.
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