A photo of one of the streets in tent city on Ie Shima in WW2.
|from the 34th fighter Squadron Yearbook.|
|One of the streets of tent city on Ie Shima. This is a good place to get lost because every tent looks the same. At least that's what would happen to me. In this photo of tent city, you can imagine getting lost among rows and rows of tents as the above paragraph says. Imagine living here for a year or more. To these soldiers this was home sweet home because this is where they hang their hat.|
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Japanese Propaganda Art Exhibit
Propaganda Art was used by forces on all sides in WW2 as well as all wars in
history. This kind of art gave pride to the citizens of those countries
who produced it and gave a unity in support of the wars. This exhibit is
an excellent example of Japanese Propaganda art.
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