[JAPAN PROPAGANDA IN TURKEY] Japonyanin yüzü. [i.e. The face of Japan].
JIFF: SHIN SAKURA MARU (JAPON YÜZEN SANAYI SERGISI BRLIGI).
Japan, [ca. 1975].
Paperback. Propaganda booklet. 4to. (28 x 21 cm). Edition in Turkish.  p., full of color ills. Shin Sakura Maru (IMO: 7129087) is a Passenger Ship that was built in 1972. She was set up as a floating trade fair, but also doubled as a cargo ship. She was used for propaganda and the progress of the Japanese industry worldwide. This propaganda booklet is printed in Japan and was distributed by her. This is an extremely rare Turkish Edition. It includes rich color illustrations showing the social life, industry, educational system, sports, tourism, and social collaboration in Japanese country. The narrator in the text conveys Japan through the mouth of 'I'. Not in OCLC.; Not in Japanese and Turkish National Libraries. Extremely rare.
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