• Manchukuo Japanese China Propaganda Film

    Date: 2012.09.26 | Category: Film in China | Tags:

    film in china Manchukuo, or “State of Manchuria”, was a puppet state comprised of Eastern Inner Mongilia and Manchuria. Created by the former Qing Dynasty Emperor and Imperial Japan in 1932, it ceased to exist after the defeat of Japan in WWII. The international furor that resulted from the creation of the state of Manchukuo, eventually led Japan to withdraw from the League of Nations. This propaganda film shows the newly-created state, with a focus on how the Japanese are improving the lives of average citizens and bringing industry and railroads to what was a rural state. This movie is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest private military film archives in the USA, and available for stock footage licensing. All material is film backed and available in 24p HD. For more information visit www.PeriscopeFilm.com

    Duration : 0:9:40