The war in World War II ended in 1945, but there are many unanswered questions about the propaganda that was used during that period.
The war itself, as well as the events that followed, were largely covered up in order to maintain a sense of order and calm during the war.
However, during the years following the war, many stories of war atrocities began to surface.
In particular, a group of veterans of the Korean War named “The Veterans of WWII” (VFW) set out to uncover and document the truth behind wartime atrocities.
According to historian Charles M. Johnson, these veterans have uncovered a long history of atrocities committed by the Japanese and Germans during World War I and World War ii.
Johnson is an author of several books on the topic of World War Two propaganda, including The Holocaust of the Pacific and the Holocaust of WWII: How We Created the Nazi Propaganda Machine, both of which were published in 2007.
After Johnson’s book was published, he and his fellow veterans began a series of research trips that eventually led them to the archives of the U.S. War Department.
As part of their research, they uncovered a trove of documents and letters from WWII veterans that shed light on the events surrounding the outbreak of World Wars I and II.
While many of these documents were never released publicly, Johnson and his VFW were able to obtain and release the letters and documents.
They published the letters in the February 2006 issue of the Journal of Military History, along with the other documents, including the correspondence between Japanese troops and U. S. military personnel that included the Japanese Emperor himself.
“It’s clear that the Japanese were actively using propaganda during World Wars II,” Johnson said.
“[These documents] are the most comprehensive documentation of wartime propaganda in the world.”
One of the most revealing documents they uncovered was a handwritten note sent to a Japanese officer by a Japanese soldier stationed in the U