Anti-Japanese Propagnda of WW2 in America

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American History


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September 19, 2016








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From posters to leaflets, radio messages to the attack on Pearl Harbor, the public of the United States was constantly the center of attention for psychological warfare. Propaganda of the World War II period reflected the American people's anti-Japanese sentiment. Twenty years after the conclusion of World War I, Germany, Italy, and Japan started an international aggression campaign that would eventually bring the United States into a second global conflict...
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