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In 1943, the Imperial Japanese Secret Service made a film called Calling Australia! to show the 'exemplary conditions' under which prisoners of war were kept, and to 'soften up' the Australian public for the anticipated occupation of their country by Japanese forces. Prisoners of Propaganda tells why the film was made, and how it came to be forgotten.
(1987, 59 mins) A Film Australia Production.
© National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.
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