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Propaganda in Japan during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II         
  • Prewar 10-sen Japanese stamp, illustrating the ''Hakkō ichiu'' and the 2600th anniversary of the Empire.
  • The submariners who died in the Pearl Harbor attack
  • Anti-British poster
  • Government censors at work
  • The English-language ''Japan Times & Advertiser'' depicts Uncle Sam and Winston Churchill erecting grave markers for ships that the Imperial Japanese Navy claimed to have sunk.
  • Iva Toguri]], American-born Japanese, September 1945
  • fall of Nanking]].
  • Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere map
  • Electric Power is Military Power!
  • Leaflet warning landing American soldiers of their impending death.
  • Cherry blossoms before Mount Fuji: symbols of heroic death
  • Fragment of Japanese propaganda booklet published by the Tokyo Conference, depicting East Asia freed from Anglo-American presence
  • Tokyo Conference]] (1943), depicting scenes of everyday life in Greater East Asia
  • Fragment of Japanese propaganda booklet published by the Tokyo Conference, depicting the different peoples of East Asia
  • Japanese propaganda leaflet distributed during the Battle of the Philippines
  • What are you fighting for?: holding out the folly of starving on Corregidor
  • Japanese propaganda in [[Jawi script]] found in the town of [[Kuching]], [[Sarawak]] after the capture of the town by the Australian forces.
  • Chiang]] trying to push or pull an Indian into the fight against the Japanese, 1943
  • Leaping Patriotic Autumn: Promotion of patriotism
  • Let's win the Greater East Asia War
  • "Luxury is our Enemy" banner by the National Spiritual Mobilization Movement
  • Screenshot from the film ''[[Momotaro: Sacred Sailors]]'', where Monkey and Puppy are saying goodbye.
  • Drawing of an ogre with a necklace of skulls removing a Roosevelt-faced mask, October 1944
  • Propaganda posters of the [[Concordia Association]] in Manchukuo.
  • 1939 Recruitment poster for the Tank School of the Imperial Japanese Army
  • [[Yasukuni Shrine]], for the dead
  • China]] under the [[Nationalist Government]]
PROPAGANDA METHODS IN JAPAN
Japanese Military Propaganda (WWII); Japanese propaganda in World War II; Japanese propaganda during World War II; Propaganda in Japan during World War II; Japanese fascist propaganda; Shōwa nationalist propaganda; Fascist Japanese propaganda; Propaganda in fascist Japan; Imperial Japanese propaganda during World War II
Propaganda in Imperial Japan, in the period just before and during World War II, was designed to assist the regime in governing during that time. Many of its elements were continuous with pre-war themes of Shōwa statism, including the principles of kokutai, hakkō ichiu, and bushido.
Japan during World War I         
  • Tsingtao]].
  • ''Wakamiya'']] (1913)
PERIOD OF JAPANESE HISTORY FROM 1914 TO 1918
Japan in WWI; Japan during world war i; Japan in World War I; Japan in World War 1
Japan participated in World War I from 1914 to 1918 in an alliance with Entente Powers and played an important role in securing the sea lanes in the West Pacific and Indian Oceans against the Imperial German Navy as a member of the Allies. Politically, the Japanese Empire seized the opportunity to expand its sphere of influence in China, and to gain recognition as a great power in postwar geopolitics.
Irish neutrality during World War II         
THE CONDITION OF IRELAND NOT SUPPORTING EITHER SIDE DURING WWII
Irish neutrality in World War II; Ireland in World War II; Ireland and World War II
The policy of Irish neutrality during World War II was adopted by the Oireachtas at the instigation of the Taoiseach Éamon de Valera upon the outbreak of World War II in Europe. It was maintained throughout the conflict, in spite of several German air raids by aircraft that missed their intended British targets, and attacks on Ireland's shipping fleet by Allies and Axis alike.