U.S. propaganda film during World War 2 depicts Japanese people and culture, and describes early diplomacy efforts with Japan
Japan Date:1941 Duration:2 min 52 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. propaganda film about Japan during World War 2 depicts psychology and living habits of Japanese people. Japanese mythology explains the origin of the Imperial Family. Japanese people celebrate the 2600 anniversary of mythological founding of Japan in 1940. Men, women and children parade with Japanese flags. A huge crowd gathers for the celebration. United States Secretary of State Cordell Hull visits Japan. Secretary Hull arrives in a conference to discuss about peace in the Pacific Theater. U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt speaks about the diplomatic efforts to maintain peace in the Pacific Theater. President Roosevelt seated on a ship with General Douglas MacArthur on one side and Admiral Chester Nimitz on the other. Japanese Ambassador Nomura hands a document to Ambassador Hull after the attack on the Pearl Harbor had actually begun one hour earlier (unbeknownst to the meeting attendees). The document states the Japanese Government's wish to continue negotiations for peace. Scenic views in Japan. Japanese people in Japan. Japanese soldiers in China comitting atrocities against Chinese. Two men shot at point blank range and bodies of Chinese children seen following attacks.
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