NIXON/JAPAN CONFEREN
00:00:00:00 NAT fmr Pres Richard Nixon, speaking at conference on US-Japanese relations, "Fragile Friendship:US-Japan Relations and the Balance of Power in Post-Cold War Asia"; intro by ...
HISTORICAL FILM: JAPANESE LOGGERS (1946)
A look at Japanese industrial life in the year (10/1/1945-2/21/1946) following the end of World War II.Date of filming unknown.
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Gen. MacArthur Asks Nations to Abolish War
[National Archives reels, Post War occupied Japan] - Slate on screen; "Jap POW's/ Hakata Japan/ dated; Oct. 27. 1945" followed by sequence of Japanese POW's returning to Japan; Ms of ship arriving to Japan bay, vs of people on ship, cut to vs's of dock, ws's of people descending plank, cut to vs's of people exiting gate.
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POST ATOMIC BOMB JAPAN, POST WAR JAPAN, 1970S JAPANESE BUSINESS MAN
US post world war 1
WWI combat compilation, Armitice Day in New York City, Japan invade Manchuria, US denounces Japanese invasion of Manchuria
The 20H of Darius Rochebin: [issue of November 18, 2022]
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Victory Over Japan Day
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - color - post WWII - VJ Day - confetti falls from windows of building as camera tilts down to street covered with confetti and traffic directed by police - Victory in Japan - World War II - celebration
Australian troops examine Japanese equipment and weapons. Warfare in the jungle. New Guinea, 1943
Clip 6 from the 1943 film 'Assault on Salamaua', about Australian forces at war with the Japanese in Papua New Guinea. In this clip, several scenes showing Australians examining a captured Japanese 70mm Type 92 Battalion Gun hold up an autographed Japanese flag. Australians gather around a Japanese Type 92 heavy machine. Heavy bombs burst on Komiatum dropped by B-24 Liberator bombers. NX12463 Lt Roy Hamilton Dawson, artillery post observation officer ordering fire on Bobdubi Ridge. Lt Lewin and his men discuss their reconnaissance of the Timbered Knoll with Maj Warfe. 25 Pounder artillery shells bursting on Japanese positions. Troops move off.
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Woman reclaims identity lost in post-war Japan
JAPAN/MARKET TURMOIL
00:00:00:00 - DORMAN PACKAGE The week began with a very rough day on tokyo's financial markets. The dollar hit another post-war low against the yen: 99 and one-half. It came back to close at 99.9 ...
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[POST-WAR JAPAN]
News Events Post-War Japan 1946
Various news events in Post-WWII Japan with the eruption of Mount Sakaurajima, May Day demonstration march of Japanese laborers, political demonstration in front of the Emperor's Palace, Japanese women voting for the first time and more News Events Post-War Japan 1946 U.S. Department of Defense film documents news event in Japan during the time period November 1945 to June 1, 1946. Shot List: 00:00:06;15 March 22, 1946. The following scenes were recorded showing the eruption of Mount Sakaurajima which is located in the Southern part of Kyushu near the city of Kagoshima. Several aerial views showing volcano in eruption. Several angles of the volcano as seen from the south coast road just outside Kagoshima city proper. Several views of the volcano as seen looking across Kagoshima Bay. Several views of volcanic clound as seen when several hundred feet from base of volcano. Close shot of lava. Aerial view of snowclad peak of Mount Fuji. Several angles, LS and CU of rim area. 00:02:43;15 Several general views of Tokyo as seen when looking south at Diet Building. Mount Fuji in far background. 00:03:14:14 May Day Demonstration, May 1, 1946. Half a million laborers, agrarians, and white collar workers demonstrated before the gates of the Imperial Palace and later marched throughout the streets of Tokyo in the largest and most peaceful May Day celebration in Japanese history. Light rain and stiff cool winds failed to alter the carnival air of the demonstrators, which started 10:00 AM with speeches in Imperial Park. This was another first in Japanese history, since the people had never before been allowed to demonstrate on the Emperor's grounds. Speakers called for united workers front to take over the government. The weather was extremely bad for color, however the historic incident could not pass without a few feet of color. The long shots were taken from atop the Meiji building. 00:04:15;00 May 19, 1946. More than 150,000 singing and shouting workers demonstrated for increased food allotments and political readjustments before the Emperor's Palace. This is the second laborer demonstration in Tokyo this month. The demands of the demonstrators were for emergency rice and other food supplies to Japan to be handled by civilian organizations and that labor be given increased control over Japan's industrial production management. The banner carrying crowd started assembling at many areas and marched singing through the streets carrying many banners which expressed opposition to a Conservative Reactionary Cabinet. 00:05:53;23 LS Pan L to R as seen from atop the roof of Meiji building looking at Imperial Palace grounds showing the demonstration gathered in front of the Palace. First take a false start, second OK. LS Same as above, closer shot. LS Same as above, pan from R to L. LS Same as above, demonstrators by long columns march toward speaker's stand. LS Same as above. Stationary shot. Imperial Palace. Slow pan shot downwards to show demonstrators below. This is followed by a pan R to L to show the thousands of demonstrators. LS Extreme wide angle shot to give an overall view of area and demonstrators, followed by a closer shot of same. MLS Showing the speaker at the makeshift stand. The speaker is Mr. Kenichi Ito, Kanto District Trade Union. slight edge fog. MCU Same as above slight edge fog. MS Pan down along the L section of the speakers for a study of the spectators and their emotional reaction. MC Stationary shot of a group of red bandanas on the heads of girls. 00:09:25;03 MC Several shots of a group sitting on the ground listening to speaker. To the L of the speaker's stand was a group of white clad Red Cross Japanese nurses. A speaker, Mr. Yoshira II. Also different shots of spectators. A speaker and the most important one there. He is a congressman representing the Socialists party. This shot was given a longer run for the possible incorporation of a sound track. Two speakers, Mr. Kyuschi Tokuda, Communist comgressman, and Mr. Shingoro Shimagami, Chairman. Group of workers listening to the speaker several cuts, also shots of workers eating their lunch. MS Group of demonstrators singing Song of the Red Flag. Several cuts and angles. The speakers on the stand direct the singing. Group shots here and there of demonstrators singing. 00:13:24;14 The demonstrators have now left the assembly area and are marching, some at a trot ot run, all in tempo or to a rhythm that sounded like onto onto onto or as they say in Japanse Wasshoi Wasshoi. The scenes consist of the following action: Workers from Sunamachi Steel Works. Workers marching in circles and move towards camera. Group of demonstrators having a pep meeting. Workers sitting on ground listening to speaker who is on top of police box. Workers waving red flags while singing The May Day Song. Climax of the whole demonstration, workers wave red flags, others wave hands in the air shouting Banzai Banzai Banzai. 00:16:08;23 June 1, 1946. Showing Count Otani's family in their garden. Mrs. Otani is the sister of the Empress of Japan. Three sons and two daughters and a baby make up the Otani's family. The picture was taken at their beautiful garden in Kyoto. Count Otani is the head priest of Higashi Honganji Temple. 00:16:51;27 April 9, 1946. MLS Street rally held in Hiroshima. Candidate represents Hiroshima Prefecture and is electioneering for the Diet. MLS Pan R to L shows large crowd listening to speaker. MS The speaker and the crowds. MC Several quick cuts showing the faces of listeners. MC Low angle shot of the speaker. MS CU Misc. shots showing faces of the listeners. MS Pan R to L. Speakers back to camera. Crowds in front of speaker. MS CU Misc. shots of spectators and listeners. CU Low angle shot of speaker Mr. Hisao Yamamoto, a member of the Japanese Free Party (Nippon Jiju To). He speaks to the people about the policies of his party and begs the men and women to vote for him. MC Same as above, different angle. Same as above, closer angle as he speaks into microphone. CU Spectators and listeners facial reaction to speaker. 00:19:13;09 April 10, 1946. A series of quick cuts showing Japanese women voting for the first time in Japan. Scenes consist of quick cuts of voter booth. Girl writes her name on ballot and walks out of booth. Voters drop ballot into slot on ballot box. CU Of the yellow pine ballot box under heavy padlock. Note: Above scenes were recorded under great difficulty due to power generator trouble - light source poor. 00:20:02;06 February 11, 1946. A series of shots showing a group of American GIs grouped around a bunch of Japanese girls. Also several quick shots showing young Japanese boys carrying the GIs duffle bags. Above scene recorded in Oita, Japan. 00:20:45;23 November 1945. A series of long telephoto close up shots showing a group of American GIs playing Romeao to a few Japanese maidens. Scenes were recorded from seventh floor window of the Meji building, Tokyo. Action takes place in top of the outer moat wall of the Imperial Palace grounds in Tokyo.
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11/04/72 C0029701 / COLOR JAPAN: WEDDING IN JAPAN OF IMPERIAL JAPANESE SOLDIER WHO ONLY RECENTLY FOUND OUT THE SECOND WORLD WAR IS OVER:
11/04/72 C0029701 / COLOR JAPAN: WEDDING IN JAPAN OF IMPERIAL JAPANESE SOLDIER WHO ONLY RECENTLY FOUND OUT THE SECOND WORLD WAR IS OVER: LNC 37419 "TOKYO WEDDING" SHOWS: BRIDE ARRIVES: CROWD: PRESS: BRIDE & GROOM: GROOM, PAN BRIDE: BRIDE & GROOM: PRESS TOAST: WEDDING PARTY: BAND: (SHOT 11/3/72 29FT) WEDDINGS JAPAN - NAGAZA WW 11 - POST WAR EVENTS HATASHIN, MIHOKO SHINTO RELIGION YOKOI, SHOICHI UPITN / 29 FT / 16 COL / POS / R43596
Victory Over Japan Day
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - color - post WWII - VJ Day - high angle tilt down from American flags on building to street full of cars and crowd of people with confetti and streamers - Victory in Japan - World War II - celebration
U.S. troops land unopposed on Kiska.
1528_004 LANDING on KISKA. US troops land unopposed on Kiska. Shows a destroyed hangar and submarine base and abandoned supplies. Heavy construction equipment is landed. General Dewitt inspects the island. Soldier who had been injured in the landing on Kiska introduces the video filmed by the Signal Corp of the landing. POV from American ships of mist shrouded island as they approach. Landing barges approach shore. GI's disembark into cold water carrying rifles and various of soldiers running across the beach, soldiers descending ladder from a ship into the water, CU of dripping boots as they exit water onto the beach. lines of soldiers walking thru the beach and up into the hills, HA looking down hills onto beach landing zone. Various shots of the Japanese abandoned and destroyed installations. Blown up airplane hanger with Japanese plane inside. Blown up Japanese submarine. Cannon with breeches blown off. Blown up trucks and destroyed bicycles. Left behind Japanese clothing. Scuttled Japanese ships. CU of entry hole into a Japanese underground tunnel, CU of Japanese tank half buried for use as observation post, CU of Japanese hut where the Japanese soldiers lived. CU of American soldiers eating left behind Japanese food and beer, CU of Japanese can of food, CU of Japanese shrine CU of General Carlett, General DeWitt, and Assistant Secretary of War McCoy. Various shots of unloading equipment and supplies. Building roads for Kiska to be used as jump off spot for invasion of Japan. CU American soldiers holding a large Japanese flag.
Paramount
‰ÛÏTokyo Rose‰Û is interviewed in post-war Japan
Tributes to Pierre Soulages
Radio France: filmed programmes
LABOR UNIONS
US ENTERS WWII: CROWDS OUTSIDE POST OFFICE HOLD UP NEWSPAPER WITH HEADLINE "JAPAN AT WAR WITH U.S."
POST WAR TRANSPORTATION IN JAPAN (1946)
A LOOK AT TRANSPORTATION IN JAPAN SHORTLY FOLLOWING THE END OF WORLD WAR TWO.
LIFE IN POST-WAR JAPAN (CQ04974)
Japanese civilians relocate to a U.S. Army-run Civilian Collection Station. An American Army doctor examines a Japanese child. Japanese men are assigned daily duties supervised by the American Army. US Officialy distribute food rations to Japanese villagers. A large Japanese shipping port, cargo ships docked. Women and children washing clothes, bathing in a river. Japanese children wave American flags welcoming US Troops, women present soldiers with flowers. Men clean up rubble, decimated, bombed-out buildings in Japan after World War II. Dock workers unload cargo from a ship, Children in a town run after American military vehicles, soldiers toss candy to children. Shipping in a busy Japanese port, cargo loaded and unloaded from docks
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EARLY AUTOMOBILES, AUTOMOBILE ASSEMBLY LINE, FDR, EARLY LABOR STRIKES, IMMIGRANTS AND ELLIS ISLAND, FULTON FISH MARKET, BOWERY, JAPANESE FACTORIES AND INDUSTRIES, POST WAR JAPAN, WWII JAPAN PROPAGANDA, TELEVISION FACTORY, JAPANESE CAR FACTORY, CROSS COUNTRY TRAVEL, HIGHWAYS, LEXUS COMMERCIALS