Rural Pacification Propaganda cadre, circa 1942.
Photograph of a member of the RNG Central Propaganda Group’s Number 2 Rural Pacification Propaganda Team as he addresses a rural audience. The photograph was possibly produced by the RNG’s Central News Agency, which increased its capacity for photography in 1942 to compete with the propaganda work of Chiang Kai-shek’s Nationalists in Chongqing.
- circa 1942
- Rural Pacification
- cadre, propaganda
David Serfass, “L’occupation Japonaise comme objet pour l’histoire de l’État Chinois: l’exemple de la campagne de pacification rurale de gouvernement de Wang Jingwei, 1941-45” (The Japanese occupation as an object for the history of the Chinese state: The example of the rural pacification campaigns of the Wang Jingwei government, 1941-45), Études Chinoises 35.2 (2016): 123-137.
Source Reference Details
Imperial War Museum (Foreign Office Political Intelligence Department Second World War Photograph Library)