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Title
Japanese Propaganda Poster 08
Date Created and/or Issued
2014-09-25T22:45:16Z
Publication Information
Chapman University Digital Commons
Contributing Institution
Chapman University, Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives
Collection
Japanese Propaganda Posters
Rights Information
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Description
Propaganda poster, in Chinese, produced by Japanese-sponsored governments in China during Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945). These governments were established by major Japanese military commands, and posters were used to promote cooperation between Chinese and Japanese. English translation is "Celebrate the fall of Hankou City [October 25-26, 1938]." Chinese: 慶祝漢口陷落. In small letters on the right side of the map, English translation is “The Provisional Government of the Republic of China” Chinese: 中華民國臨時政府; “The Reformed Government of the Republic of China” Chinese: 中華民國維新政府. The Provisional Government of the Republic of China was founded in December 1937 by the Japanese North China Area Army (NCAA) and controlled the provinces in North China with its capital in Beijing. The Japanese Central China Expeditionary Army (CCEA) inaugurated the Reformed Government of the Republic of China in March 1938 and controlled central and south China with its capital in Nanjing.
Type
Image
Format
image/jpeg
Identifier
http://digitalcommons.chapman.edu/japanese_propaganda_posters/8
Subject
Japan
Propaganda
Posters
Poster
Chinese
Sino-Japanese War
China
Japanese
Asian History
Chinese Studies
East Asian Languages and Societies
Illustration
Japanese Studies
Military History
Military, War, and Peace
Time Period
1932-1945
Source
Japanese Propaganda Posters

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