Rural population's contribution to Japanese war efforts in farm and home industries during World War II
Japan Date:1943 Duration:3 min 36 sec Sound:Yes
Rural population of Japan engaged in war production and support of Japan during World War 2. Japanese rural area shows farm families outside native huts. Women cook food, pump water and wash vegetables in creek. Mud and wood huts with straw roofs. Farmers in field. Harvesting in farm. Lumbers piled up outside a building. Civilian men work with lumber. Women prepare handicrafts outside house. Home industries. Interiors show workers at work including men, women, and children working in war effort. Japanese family eats food and elderly Japanese woman smokes a pipe. Japanese people walk through rubble and debris after Great Kanto earthquake of 1923. Shows areas of rubble and workers digging through earthquake rubble, along with United States citizens involved in effort on the ground and through material relief support from America.
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