Leaders of nations engaged in World War II boosted feelings of patriotism and confidence among citizens through various forms of propaganda. Although fighting on opposite sides, leaders of Allied nations and Axis powers ... More »

World War II started in 1939 and ended in 1945. The United States joined the war in 1941 after the Japanese navy bombed Pearl Harbor. More »

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Throughout history, governments have used propaganda as a powerful tool for drumming up support for wars among its citizens, and the period during World War I was no different. Britain and Germany relied on sensationalis... More »

World War II ended on May 8, 1945, on the European front, when Germany surrendered to the Allied Powers. The war ended on the Japanese front on Sept. 2, 1945, when the Empire of Japan officially surrendered. Following th... More »

World War II was primarily a conflict between the Allies (the United States, the United Kingdom, France and Russia) and the Axis powers (Germany, Japan and Italy). The Axis also included Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary, wh... More »

Germany officially started World War II with the invasion of Poland on Sept. 1, 1939. Japan and China also engaged in war after the July 7, 1937 incident at Marco Polo Bridge near Beijing, China, which is also mentioned ... More »

Free World War II are viewable on Internet Film Archives, including films made during World War II, such as "Gung Ho!" "Dawn Express," "Submarine Base" and "Minesweeper." They are free because they are listed in the publ... More »

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