Far Eastern Anti-British Propaganda

  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 29 EUL MS33
  • Dates of Creation
      c1942-45
  • Name of Creator
  • Language of Material
      English, Other Indic, and Japanese.
  • Physical Description
      5 items (1 file)

Scope and Content

The five items are printed Japanese propaganda cartoons apparently designed to incite Anti-British feeling in India. One, which pictures Ghandi, has the slogans: 'God bid Nippon to help India drive out the British Devil' and 'Japan is sworn to aid India fight'. Another (in English) states 'Vindicate Asiastic honour: wipe out Anglo-Saxon superiority'.

Conditions Governing Access

Usual EUL arrangements apply

Acquisition Information

Donated to the University Library by John Murray, Principal of the University College of the South West, who received them from 'a man who was 3 years in a Japanese P. of W. camp', 13 November 1946

Note

At least three Indian (?) languages used

Conditions Governing Use

Usual EUL arrangements apply