Race and the Enemy
Comparing German and Japanese depictions in U.S. war propaganda
In World War II U.S. war propaganda, the German and Japanese were depicted in very different ways. Hear Dr. Christopher Hamner, associate professor at George Mason University and part of ABMC's Understanding Sacrifice program, compare the U.S. depictions of these enemies.
- "This is the Enemy," Office of War Information National Archives and Records Administration (513554)
- "Avenge December 7," Office of War Information Library of Congress (LC-USZC4-1663)
- "Waiting for the signal from Home...", February 12, 1942 University of California-San Diego (92093-0175)
- Know Your Enemy: Japan National Archives and Records Administration (24281745)
- Ansel Adams's Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at Manzanar Library of Congress