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Item Number: 12674
Price: $24.99  CAD each  
Availability: Temporarily Not Available
Description: Two DVD set. Disc one: Know Your Enemy Japan - An American propaganda film from 1945. An informative film for Allied soldiers that explains the "Last" enemy that remained in the war after the fall of Italy and Germany. This film provides every chance to condemn the Japanese and their ideologies. Directed by Frank Capra. 63 Minutes.

The Fleet That Came To Stay - The story of the last great battle fought by the navy in World War II. 20 minutes.

Disc two: To The Shores Iwo Jima - Short documentary film depicting the American assault on the Japanese-held island of Iwo-Jima and the massive battle that raged on that key island in the Allied advance on Japan. 20 Minutes.

Japan Dream of Empire - Short narrative film telling all the history of the Japanese Empire and actual footage of the "Emperor" who ruled during the war. 20 minutes.

Enemy Japan - Short narrative film providing information about the "Japanese Enemy" used as American propaganda for soldiers. 10 minutes.

Japan the People - Short narrative film telling all the history of the Japanese people and how they live, work and what kind of people they are. 20 minutes.

Recognition of Japanese Zero - Through compelling explanations and actual footage of the Japanese Zero airplane that was a major part of the Japanese Military campaign this film was played for soldiers so they could "identify" the Japanese Zero. 20 minutes.
Additional Info: Colour. 174 minutes. Format: NTSC Region 1 (U.S and Canada only).

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