Revolution Rises in the East
The following is a short clip from a newsreel appearing in Japanese theaters in April 1936:
"I know well enough, from my own experience, the historical ebb and flow. They are governed by their own laws. Mere impatience will not expedite their change."
. . . and our leader Nosaka Sanzo has responded by saying that "The People of Japan are glad that the People of Mexico have chosen to go down one of the many roads to socialism. While I am personally sad that they have chosen a Western-school party, we are all brother workers." Mexico joins the ranks of the rising number of socialist nations across the Globe!
In the war, our brave troops fight against the capitalists and oppressors in mainland Asia. We have had a beachhead since early this month. Transamur is threatened, and our forces march on their capital.
On the other side of Korea, the oppressors of the Fengtien Republic were shocked at a daring raid by Japanese forces! The raid on Dalian--the very place that the Imperialists of Russia and our own nation once waged battle in--was successful, and the Army has stated that it succeeded in disrupting enemy troops and in getting arms to the workers of Manchuria, so that they may rise against their government!
On the same day on the other side of the world, the Capitalists in the German Empire attacked the Free Workers Union of Germany. The Japanese People's Republic condemned the assault on the Workers. The syndicalists in France and in other places, however, did not do the same.
The Imperialists in Transamur have surrendered! They have seen the willpower of the People of Japan and of the workers around the world, and they have given up! Vladivostok and the surrounding area will remain occupied for now, but the workers are being organized to help in the struggle with the remaining Imperialists.
The Japanese People's Navy has announced that its assault on Dalian has succeeded! Even now, your marines are securing the city for the people! This is the first strike in Manchuria proper, and it shows the oppressors that this struggle is one that they will not win. . .