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Pre-WW2 America
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Toguri Interview
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Author's Bio
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War Fears
Coverage of Japan
Minority Coverage
Spies in America
Portrayls of Women 1
Everyday Living
High Fashion
Portrayls of Women 2
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Chapter 1 of 2014 Revised TR/AP (2010 TR/AP chapter 3) contains clear evidence that GIs created Tokyo Rose almost entirely out of their imaginations. To understand that process, the chapter provides various exhibits from American popular culture in 1940-41. From elements of this culture and other sources, GIs subconsciouly created the legend.
The exhibits of Chapter 1 represent the most important keys to U.S. pre-war culture. This section of the website provides additional exhibits that could not be included in the book. Website visitors should regard it as a supplement, not a replacement, for Chapter 1.
To view the complete catalog of American culture exhibits, begin with War Fears and continuously click on the button found at the bottom of each page.
War fears
of women 1
Coverage of Japan and
Japanese Americans
High fashion
Coverage of other minorities
Everyday life and
cost of living
Prevalence of spies
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of women 2
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