"Two Down and One to Go" (1945)

Distributed by the Office of War Information, this film uses combat footage and dramatic animation sequences to illustrate General George Marshall's explanation of why the U.S. fought Axis forces in Europe before conducting an all-out campaign in the Pacific, and why the war cannot be considered over until Japanese forces are vanquished.

This war short film contains language and cultural references that might be considered inappropriate to a contemporary audience. Please consider the historical circumstances that influenced its creation.

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