Book Discussion on The World at War
The World at War was a film released in theaters in 1942 that uses newsreel footage and captured Axis film to document Nazi and Japanese… read more
The World at War was a film released in theaters in 1942 that uses newsreel footage and captured Axis film to document Nazi and Japanese military action leading up to the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor.
The film was produced by the Office of War Information, a government agency that operated from 1942 through 1945, producing films, posters and radio broadcasts supporting American military involvement in World War II. close
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