The participation of Japan in World War II and the pre-war conflicts with its neighbors can be hardly classified as fun topic. But all that time a propaganda machine was working in the Land of the Rising Sun. It was producing thousands of printed products addressed to completely different groups of people.
This cultural space — postcards, posters, books, placards — to this day remains little known to representatives of Western civilization. In the meantime, images printed with faded ink on bad paper contain valuable evidence of the era. Today's «Highlights for Warspot» are dedicated to Japanese postcards of the 1930s – 1940s, which in one way or another touch on military topics.
Using the materials of the site http://japanwarart.ocnk.net