Enemy Propaganda. Adolf Hitler Mussolini Tokyo Rose Japanese and Nazi Propaganda. By: Mary DeRiso, Brittany Eustace, Laura DuMont, Rory Kotter, and Gary Hammell. Adolf Hitler.
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Japanese and Nazi Propaganda
By: Mary DeRiso, Brittany Eustace, Laura DuMont,
Rory Kotter, and Gary Hammell
This poster shows a Japanese soldier
trampling over British and American flags.
The poster was issued by the army ministry,
and the writing reads, “Fire and never quit!”
President Roosevelt is shown with the hands and feet of a monster with a single horn protruding from his head. He sits atop the "Grieving Statue of Liberty," the title of the picture. She grieves because in the President's one hand, he waives the banner of democracy while in the other he grips the stick of dictatorship. It represents how despicable the United States is, and promotes the US’s weakness.
This poster shows a man handing ammunition to a German soldier. It encourages people to make weapons for the army. The text reads, “Build weapons for the front.”
This poster shows a woman holding a piece of clothing, which encourages people to help with a clothing drive. The words read, “Get rid of old clothes and shoes!”