PROPAGANDA LEAFLETS OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR ....


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Translation of Japanese language leaflets.

I'm always in search for air-dropped or shelled propaganda leaflets of the second world war.

In my collection are several Japanese language leaflets of which I did not have a correct translation.
After the kind mediation of Lt. Col. Bradbury, I did get good translations of some of my leaflets from the United States Air Force Academy (Department of Foreign Languages).
Special thanks to:
C1C Kent A. Harris,
C2C Ann Kristine H.S. Lau,
Maj. Yoshinori Ozaki, 34th ES/JASDF,
and
Yumiko Guajardo, Assistant Professor of Japanese,
Strategic Languages Division.

Underneath you find scans of several of the translated leaflets together with their translations. Please give the pictures time to load!
I will try to list more translations from the U.S.A.F. Academy here as soon as possible.

Comments can be mailed to my mailbox.

Sign of USAAF Academy

Allied leaflet for Japanese forces in Burma: front-Leaflet jap1a-
Allied leaflet for Japanese forces in Burma: back-Leaflet jap1b-


Allied leaflet for Japanese forces in Burma: translation-Leaflet jap1 translation-



Allied leaflet for Japanese forces: front-Leaflet jap2a-
Allied leaflet for Japanese forces: back-Leaflet jap2b-


Allied leaflet for Japanese forces: translation 1-Leaflet jap2 translation a-
Allied leaflet for Japanese forces: translation 2-Leaflet jap2 translation b-



Allied leaflet for Japanese forces: front-Leaflet jap3a-
Allied leaflet for Japanese forces: back-Leaflet jap3b-


Allied leaflet for Japanese forces: translation 1-Leaflet jap3 translation a-
Allied leaflet for Japanese forces: translation 2-Leaflet jap3 translation b-

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