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Finding Aid for the Japanese Manchukuo Propaganda Poster Collection. 2011.058.r
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Posters, Manchukuo 1930s

Language of Material: Chinese
Physical Description: (17 posters)

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This series contains 17 Chinese-language propaganda posters created by the occupying Japanese government to promote Manchurian nationalism.
1. Please see how amiable and approachable the Japanese Army is. 2. All citizens should be obedient, work hard to build new paradise 3. Absolutely trust the Japanese Amy. Down with the Communist Amy! 4. New Deal: Provisional Government of the Republic of China 5. Build East Asia new order 6. Celebrating the establishment of Republic of China Joint Committee on Government 7. All people want North/South unification 8. & 9. Celebrating the fall of Hankou! 10. Harmony between Japanese, Chinese, and Manchu, peace on Earth 11. [Japanese Poster] 12. Build the new order; ring the peace bell 13. New Republic government 14. Leap forward to new China, all things forever bright on heaven and Earth 15. [with David D. Barrett’s personal stamp on the back] Countrymen, let’s unite under the five-colored national flag! 16. Rise, countrymen! Build our bright East China to block the evil communist red from spreading! 17. Look at the communist atrocity! [in small letters] The just Japanese Amy liberates people from atrocity and eradicates the evil and selfish Communist Amy and the ruthless Communist Party. 18 [no slogan] printed by Tokyo Kyodo Printing Co., Ltd。

Poster, Japanese

Language of Material: Japanese
Physical Description: (1 poster)

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Poster #11 is a Japanese propaganda poster designed for the Japanese people: (in Japanese) Be prepared. Don’t be negligent just because you won -- The Army Ministry of Japan (aka Ministry of War of Japan).