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    these four films I have chosen we can explore the realism and entrainment value that is portrayed in these stories and understand what level of dedication is present within these interpretations to maintain historical accuracy. Letters from Iwo Jima: Letters from Iwo Jima was Clint Eastwoods critically acclaimed epic story of the World War Two battle for the pacific island in 1945 released in 2006. The film tells the opposite side to

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    Iwo Jima The year was 1945‚ and the war was winding down. The US was working on rooting out Japan and ending the war. Because they were dealing with an island country‚ they had to find a way to get at them without flying long distances. Japan was trying to defend their land while still waging war on other countries. Iwo Jima‚ a small island about 650 miles away from Tokyo on Japanese soil‚ was needed by the US forces to end the war. Both countries were determined to fight long and hard

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    Letters from Iwo Jima Review Kuribayashi and Lieutenant Colonel Baron Takeichi Nishi‚ a famous Olympic gold medalist show jumper‚ clash with some of their seniors‚ who do not agree with Kuribayashis defense-in-depth strategy: Kuribayashi believes the US will take the beaches quickly‚ and only the mountain defenses will have a better chance for holding out. Saigo and the soldiers in Mount Suribachi try to flee with Lieutenant Oiso at night‚ but they run into Marines‚ who wipe out all except Saigo

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    Name: Date: The Battle of Iwo Jima The Battle of Iwo Jima was a major battle where the United States armed forces fought for the island of Iwo Jima for the Japanese Empire. This month long battle lasted from February 19 till March 26‚ 1945 and included some of the bloodiest fighting of the War in the Pacific and World War II. The Imperial Japanese Army positions on the island were heavily fortified. However the Americans on the ground had the U.S. Navy as well as the Marine Corps.

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    Concluding this war was the fall of Nazi Germany and the surrender of Japan in the summer of 1945. In the multitude of campaigns‚ the Battle of Iwo Jima had been part of the last Phases of the Second World War. Iwo Jima is a Japanese island located in the western part of the Pacific and lies approximately 760 miles to the south of Tokyo and roughly 575 miles from the Japanese cost.

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    Fathers”‚ and “Letters from IWO Jima”. These two movies ware said to have been taken faithful to reality. These movies were released in 2006‚ and these ware famous at that time because they were simultaneously produced at USA and Japan. If I could change any event in history‚ I want to change “The Battle of IWO Jima”‚ because of two reasons. After I saw these movies‚ I was very shocked and impressed by the movies‚ and I looked through the material which writes about Battle of IWO Jima. In that days

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    The Iwo Jima Memorial (also known as the U. S. Marine Corps War Memorial) is a military memorial statue outside the walls of the Arlington National Cemetery and next to the Netherlands Carillon‚ in Arlington‚ Virginia‚ in the United States. The memorial is dedicated to all personnel of the United States Marine Corps who have died in the defense of their country since 1775. Felix de Weldon designed the massive sculpture which was based on the iconic photo Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima‚ taken during

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    many women to go and work. You then turn and see a navy soldier kissing a nurse. You remember hearing about Old Balint / People Behind / 2 Glory being raised on Iwo Jima. This is one day that you will forever have engrained in your mind. The posters of Uncle Sam and Rosie the Riveter‚ along with the photos of the Flag Raising on Iwo Jima and the Kissing on VJ Day have been remembered as some of the most famous

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    Raising the flag on iwo jima In this essay I will be talking about the photograph‚ raising the flag on Iwo Jima taken by joe Rosenthal on 23rd February 1945 during world war 2. I will be looking into what this photograph meant at the time‚ and what it came represent over the years. Section 1 I will be talking about what the photograph is about in more detail. I will also be looking at what the photograph meant to America at the time. Section 2 I will be looking how the photo’s meaning has changed

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    images shown after war that I find most moving. The image of the five Marines and a Navy corpsman raising an American flag above the rubble of the Battle of Iwo Jima is one of the most powerful images I’ve seen. Iwo Jima was a battle that was fought from February 19‚ 1945 until March 26‚ 1945. America was attempting to capture the island from Japanese forces due to its two air bases and its close vicinity to the main lands of Japan. Japan was heavily armed but the American soldiers had a widespread

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