Japanese Transportation And Communication System – WW2 Era

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The Transportation and Communication of Japan

“The Transportation and Communication of Japan” is a black and white, restricted film created between 1942 and 1947. It was official film #MISC 1061 and was produced for the War Department (which was dissolved September, 1947) by the Army Pictorial Service (created in 1942 by General George C. Marshall). It was assembled from Japanese films and used in the Civil Affairs Training Schools conducted by the Provost Marshal General. Its main purpose was to inform the viewers — presumably U.S. servicemen and officers — of how Japan’s transportation and communication systems are organized.

 

Credit to : PeriscopeFilm