A pamphlet issued by the Axis Propaganda Department against the United States and its allies at the height of World War II, ostensibly reviewing the defeat of the United States on the Japanese front, and scorning statements by American leaders about Japan's imminent defeat in the war. 1942, Serbian. Rare.
The pamphlet quotes from the Chief of the Naval Staff of the United States who says: "We will defeat Japan in 90 days" and on the other hand presents the victory of the Japanese soldiers on the various fronts, and also details the various battles that began on December 8, 1941 - when Japan entered the war with the United States, and the victories of the Japanese on several fronts: "The Japanese sink a gunboat", "The Japanese occupy Kuala Lumpur", etc. Alongside photographs depicting Roosevelt and the leaders of the United States in a mocking manner, there is a passage mocking the Allied forces and their pretensions to win: "The Americans wanted to defeat Japan within 90 days, but within 90 days they were expelled from East Asia. Today they are once again publishing miraculous and record-breaking stories about the state of their weapons technology. It's the same bluff as the 90-day prophecy. This struggle will not be won by inflated speeches and assured victories, but by the language of arms, which Germany, Italy and Japan, the powers of the Triple Alliance, are planning for a new world order, and for the living space of all peoples".
Pamphlet opens to  pages. An open tear in the corner of the title page with no text damage. Good condition.