Japanese troops fight in Manchuria and people make contributions for the soldiers in Japan.
Japan Date:1933 Duration:2 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
Film opens showing narrator, Japanese General Baron Sadao Araki, speaking. He is silhouetted in front of the red ball on a huge Japanese flag. Next, are scenes from Japanese mobilization and invasion of Manchuria. several Japanese troops are seen firing a 37mm gun, from a shallow trench, as a gun crew member spots from behind them using a pair of binoculars. A group of Japanese soldiers observing from a hill. Japanese troops advancing across barren terrain. Closeup of some descending a hill. A military steam locomotive displaying the Japanese flag, on a raiway track in the snow. Glimpse of soldiers atop the train. Japanese troops crossing a rice paddy on trail of brush and grass and slogging down a hill of mud. Troops moving in motor convoys of trucks. A Type 92 Osaka Armored Car driving fast past the camera. A troop train moving slowly out of a station, as crowds waving Japanese flags see the soldiers off. Army nurses in uniform with red cross armbands, march out the gate of a large building. Teachers and students pray for their troops, at a Shinto shrine. A woman using a megaphone rallies support for the war effort. Civilians line up to deliver packages for delivery to the troops. School children in a classroom write letters to the troops. A supply center where all kinds of useful items are being packaged in "comfort bags" for delivery to the troops. A large pile of comfort bags.
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