In good condition - 100% paper An important weekly propaganda magazine published by the Japanese Cabinet Intelligence Department with topics about the armed forces, the war, civil defence, and the war economy
|Period:||20th - mid (WW II)|
Six editions of the weekly magazine Shashin Shuho (写真週報, literally translated: photography weekly)
Shashin Shuho was a weekly photographic magazine that was published by the Cabinet Intelligence Department. The subjects were mostly military in nature. In total 370 issues of Shashin Shuho were published. The first issue was published on 16 February 1938 and the last one on 11 July 1945.
Shashin Shuho was sold at a price of ten sen (one-tenth of the current yen) per copy (while a bowl of soba noodles cost 15 sen in 1940). People could buy copies in public manual shops, book stores and train stations all over the country. The average circulation was approximately 200,000 copies, making it the best selling magazine in South East Asia at that time.
All pages of the magazine have been photographed (photos 16-94) and a number of militarist photos are displayed enlarged (photos 1-15). The editions of the magazines offered are 204, 207-209, 215 and 216, which were published in 1942. All editions are in good condition with here and there a crease or a fold.
The magazines will be sentl in a sturdy cardboard packaging.
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