|Location:||Papua New Guinea|
|Subject:||Papua New Guinea history, World War II|
|Director:||Andrew Pike, Hank Nelson, Gavan Daws|
|Producer:||Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies; ANU Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies|
|Distributor:||Indiana University (rental)|
|Library Code:||UHM AV/C VIDEOTAPE 307|
|Description:||Through Japanese, Australian, and American war propaganda, and the memories of those who lived through the war, this film captures the experiences of villagers in the three-year Papua New Guinea campaign of World War II. Made by historians Andrew Pike, Hank Nelson, and Gavin Daws, this includes archival film sequences, still photographs, songs and poems, as well as personal interviews. (A shortened version of the longer film.)|
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