Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 28,100,000 search results

  1. Post-War Kamishibai. The use of kamishibai for propaganda during World War II made it an object of particular scrutiny when the war ended. General Douglas MacArthur and the Allied Powers were anxious to purge Japan of its former Imperialist ambitions, and kamishibai performers after the war had to get their stamp of approval.

  2. the beginning of the twentieth century. With the coming of World War II, it became one of the most widely used mediums for propaganda , targeting both children on the homefront and newly colonized nations. This paper examines some of the types of wartime kamishibai , and the ideologies of the warrior code and the " nation-state as family" that ...

  3. People also ask

    How did the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor affect World War II?

    Why did Japan surrender in WW2?

    Why were the Japanese military fatality rates so high during WWII?

    Why did Japan fail in WW1?

  4. Introduction. Kamishibai is a powerful, non-digital medium of communication that was invented in Japan. It combines aspects of Japanese theatrical and storytelling traditions with early cinematic media techniques from abroad. The first kamishibai was invented in the early 19 th century and involved paper puppets, known as tachi-e, that could be ...

  5. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, was the impetus for the United States’ entrance into World War II. Key Facts 1 The United States declared war on Japan the following day, December 8. On December 11, Nazi Germany, Japan’s Axis ally, declared war on the United States. This forced the United States to enter a two-front war. 2

  6. Jul 28, 2006 · Half the aircraft of the 23rd Air Flotilla lost in the first three months of the war were casualties of crackups on bad runways — partially due to weak landing gear and poor brakes, but mainly from bad terrain. Another 30 percent of the flotilla’s aircraft wore out and had to be scrapped. Only 18 of the 88 aircraft it wrote off went down in combat.

    • Smauro
  7. Apr 25, 2016 · (1) Japan picked a fight was an industrial super power which they never had a chance of winning once the war became one of attrition. (2) How Japan picked that war, and their conduct in the execution of that war when they had the upper hand was by most American accounts cruel, honor-less and pitiless and that's exactly the emotions they faced ...