A documentary about a war veteran and now determined anti militarist Kenzo Okuzaki and his attempts to investigate suspicious murders in his old regiment. He works his way up the chain of command and confronts his former officers and uncovers some grizzly secrets.
The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On is a 1987 documentary following Kenzo Okuzaki and his one man crusade against war and Japan's greatest war criminal Emperor Hirohito. Throughout the film he confronts officers over there crimes during and after the war ended, exposes shocking conditions Japanese soldiers had to endure and ridicules the justifications for the acts and there cover up.
Sixty million people died in the Second World War, and still they tell us it was the Peoples War. James Heartfield demolishes myths about World War II.
The official history of the Second World War is Victors History. This is the history of the Second World War without the patriotic whitewash. The Second World War was not fought to stop fascism, or to liberate Europe.
The companion to the Showtime documentary series, director Oliver Stone and historian Peter Kuznick challenge the prevailing orthodoxies of traditional history books in this thoroughly researched and rigorously analyzed look at the dark side of American history.
The notion of American exceptionalism, dating back to John Winthrop’s 1630 sermon aboard the Arbella, still warps Americans’ understanding of their nation’s role in the world. Most are loathe to admit that the United States has any imperial pretensions.
Holocaust the uses of disaster (Evron, Boaz)
The male ideology of privacy: a feminist perspective on abortion Japanese labor today (MacKinnon, Catharine)
East side story Mike Gold, the Communists and the Jews (Berman, Paul)
- Fighting on two fronts working-class militancy in the 1940's (Green, James)
- Defending the no-strike pledge CIO politics during World War II (Lichtenstein, Nelson)
- Wildcat! The wartime strike wave in auto (Jennings, Ed)
- Epilogue (Glaberman, Martin)
- Rosie the Riveter myths and realities (Quick, Paddy)
- Working women and the War four narratives