The Japanese Army And Navy WW2 – Restricted U.S. Army Movie 23514

Japanese Army And Navy

An official U.S. War Department film restricted in nature and produced by the US Army Pictorial Service, “The Japanese Army and Navy” is a black-and-white creation that “has been assembled from Japanese films and is designed for use in the Civil Affairs Training Schools conducted by The Provost Marshal General.” With that introduction, the World War II-era film opens at mark 00:48 by explaining the “Code of the Samarai” — highlighted by devotion to duty “and a loyalty to a Divine Emperor that gives in death its last full measure of allegiance.” (During World War II, that allegiance was to Emperor Hirohito).

Credit to : PeriscopeFilm

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