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Paper Bombs: WWII Propaganda Over Japan

  • Aired: 06/28/2011
  • 17:05
  • Rating: NR
What do the violent and provocative images on this pamphlet mean? A note accompanying the leaflet suggests it was dropped on Japan during WWII. But who was the artist and how did it contribute to the U.S. war effort? Join Wes Cowan as he sets out to decode the message and strategy behind this document.
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Wes Cowan decodes the message and strategy behind a U.S. World War II propaganda leaflet.
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