The Second World War saw many battlefronts and some of the most gruesome and bitter arenas were found in Pearl Harbor. On the 7th December 1941, Japan launched surprise attacks across the Pacific region, setting battleships ablaze at Pearl Harbor and routing the British forces in Malaya, culminating in the capture of Singapore – a humiliating loss for Britain that has been remembered to this day.
The Japanese felt that their destiny was to rule Asia under Emperor Hirohito, who they considered to be a living god. In pursuit of this goal they conducted numerous atrocities such as the Nanking Massacre and spread fear across the region.
Now a documentary titled Inferno: Dec 7th 1941 offers insight into what really happened during those fateful days when war swooped over the Pacific theatre. Viewers will learn about not only how quickly and effectively Japan had the upper hand but also about how prisoners of war suffered horribly inhumane conditions. Through this documentary viewers can explore what these individuals went through with detail as well as gain a greater understanding of how far-reaching Japan’s cruelty was during WWII.
Armageddon, Purgatory and Apocalypse are all detailed within Inferno: Dec 7th 1941 with immense accuracy; whether it’s exploring how soldiers were captured, tortured and killed or looking into how people resorted to cannibalism due to dwindling supplies – this documentary provides an eye-opening look into one of WWII’s most important battles.
Inferno: Dec 7th 1941 is an intensely immersive journey that provides viewers with an up close look at one of WWII’s major theatres – something many have never seen before or knew could exist! The film gives a voice to many forgotten souls whose stories would otherwise go unknown; it is essential viewing for anyone interested in gaining an understanding of what actually happened throughout WWII in Asia and the Pacific Region.