Orientation for U.S. Occupational Forces in Japan. Militaristic Japan in past wars. Converting Japan into Peaceful Nation
Japan Date:1946 Duration:4 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
Part of orientation film for United States occupation forces in Japan. Scenes of militaristic Japan in past wars. Japanese soldiers marching, with Imperial Palace in background. Scenes of Japanese troops waging war and committing atrocities in China and other parts of Asia. U.S. and allied forces wounded on stretchers. Japanese war plants manufacturing arms. Japanese Military Officials. Japanese warships and warplanes. Destroyed Japanese aircraft and arms factories. U.S. occupation forces arrive in Japan, civilians watch them. Two American soldiers use a phrase book as they ask directions from a Japanese woman and her daughter. Japanese youth clapping hands and holding a homemade American flag. U.S. military officers accepting Chrysanthemum flowers from girls in traditional Japanese attire. A U.S. soldier reads a comic book to a Japanese boy. Other American GIs talk with a Japanese soldier. U.S. soldiers with Japanese children at The Great Buddha of Kamakura at the Kotoku-in Temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. American soldier riding a bucking bronco in a Western Rodeo put on by U.S. forces. U.S. soldier and Japanese police sentries standing side by side.
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