"The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise military strike by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory, on the morning of December 7, 1941." Wikipedia
Merry X-Mass! from Uncle Sam
A comment about sea battles: The graphics always depict the scale of the ships as incredibly huge, compared to the sea. Scale and proportion matter, and deceptive art leaves the audience with incorrect impressions.
You will be told what to think and how you feel: The News Journalist & Political Leader are Propagandists
Fearing fear is still fear.
FDR is one of the University educated managerial class who join fraternities and pledge themselves to advancing the agenda of global commerce and industrialized enterprise, with human beings as the work force and energy source. Theater of Wars and Actors on The World Stage are apt titles for a thing that is called "What is ever wrong with the world remains the same."
Watch Tom Brokaw get choked up over old War lies.
Emotional manipulation is the propagandist's best friend.
Autocrats Seek To Rule Our Minds For All Time
This is another episode worth watching. Obviously the entire series is worth looking into. This episode gets into how fashion, architecture and culture in general were influenced by film in a manner that spread new ideas more efficiently and rapidly than prior media ever could have. People imitate what they see others do, and film amplifies the power of the actor to influence human behavior.
Wars are how the elite banker managers get the rest of us to turn the wheel of industry and time.