Story of the women who broadcast Japanese propaganda to American troops in WWII. Focuses on Iva Toguri, an US citizen who became known as "Tokyo Rose" for her radio broadcasts. Toguri was convicted of treason in 1949 and imprisoned, but was pardoned by President Ford in 1977.
The Emmy Award-winning Education Department of A&E Television Networks develops educational resources for teachers. Check out some fascinating BIO BLOG articles by the education team.
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