Emperor Meiji and the Great Russo-Japanese War

Emperor Meiji and the Great Russo-Japanese War (1957)

Meiji Tenno portrayed the ramp up to the Russo-Japan War. In addition to showing the political events that led to war, it also showed the era from the story of a farm family in rural Japan who sent their son off to war. As such, it could be considered an anti-war movie, showing how, while war is devised by governments, the people do not really understand what war is, and it's combatants often do not know what they are fighting for.

Writing:
  • Kunio Watanabe
Directing:
  • Kunio Watanabe
  • Views: 2
  • Release Date: 1957-04-29
  • Language: 日本語
  • Country: JP
  • Runtime: 113

Tomisaburō Wakayama

Major Tachibana

Jun Tazaki

Vice-Admiral Tōgō

Tetsurō Tamba

Rear Admiral Shimamura

Susumu Fujita

Kaoru Inoue

Shoji Nakayama

Major General Ijichi

Tadao Takashima

Yasusuke Nogi

Ureo Egawa

Navy Minister Yamamoto

Shuntarô Emi

Lieutenant Commander Yamaoka

Kanjūrō Arashi

Emperor Meiji

Kusuo Abe

Hirobumi Itō

Minoru Takada

Aritomo Yamagata

Yōichi Numata

Vice-Admiral Ijuin

Yônosuke Toba

Vice-Admiral Kamimura

Jūzaburō Akechi

Commander Akiyama

Ken Utsui

Lieutenant Commander Hirose

Hiroshi Hayashi

General Nogi

Ichirō Ryūzaki

Dr. Tomizu
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