Propaganda cadres lead rural residents at a Rural Pacification event somewhere in Japanese-occupied China, circa 1942
Photograph of members of the RNG Central Propaganda Group’s Number 2 Rural Pacification Propaganda Team leading a rural audience in the shouting of slogans. The photograph was possibly produced by the RNG’s Central News Agency. Note the watchtower in the background flying the Nationalist Chinese flag, suggesting this photograph was taken in a “pacified village”.
- circa 1942
- Rural Pacification
(1937 – 1945)
- flag, propaganda, slogan
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)