Japanese observers send information to Japan from Honolulu, Hawaii before the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II.
Honolulu Hawaii USA Date:1941 Duration:3 min 1 sec Sound:Yes
A film dramatizes the relay of intelligence to Japan from Honolulu, Hawaii prior to Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II. Japanese spy activities in Honolulu shows a Japanese man sending information to Japan by short wave radio signals. A Japanese fisherman relays information. Shows how information is relayed by sending a diplomatic pouch to Tokyo, Japan from the Japanese consul in Honolulu. An American citizen talks about Japan sending Japanese priests to the U.S. Japanese people listen to Japanese radio broadcast in a house. Two men, one enacts as Uncle Sam and other one as an American citizen. They talk to each other about Japanese people. Landscape of Hawaii showing Diamond Head.
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