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Barefoot Gen 2

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3.643 out of 5 from 326 votes
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Glass no Usagi

Glass no Usagi
  • Movie (1 ep x 85 min)
  • 2005

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Both anime take a tragic look at WW2 from the eyes of the people, mostly children, that were affected by it personally. Even though faced with plenty of despair, hope is never tossed aside. If you liked one check out the other.

Rail of the Star

Rail of the Star

Young Chiko and her family live in Japanese occupied Korea during the height of World War II, an area soon to be reoccupied by the Russians when Japan loses the war. For Chiko and many other Japanese people, this means exile from their homes, and the only way to escape is to head south towards their families and safe haven. Now, with unfriendly faces all around them, Chiko, her family, and a number of others must set off on a journey to find their way to safety through countless hardships, guided by the light of the stars...

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Both anime take a tragic look at WW2 from the eyes of the people, mostly children, that were affected by it personally. Even though faced with plenty of despair, hope is never tossed aside. If you liked one check out the other.

Ushiro no Shoumen Dare

Ushiro no Shoumen Dare

Kyoko is a cheerful girl who is growing up in war-time Tokyo. She has four elder brothers, doesn’t like music lessons, is frightened of her grandmother and is excited that a baby is on the way. When she grows up, Kyoko says, she wants to be a war nurse so she can tend to her uncle in the armed forces. As a child she’s a little prone to crying, but tries to be more mature when her younger brother is born. However, Kyoko’s typical childhood changes when the Americans begin to bomb Japan. Kyoko is sent into the countryside to live with her aunt, and soon she will have to face the reality of war.

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chii

Both anime take a tragic look at WW2 from the eyes of the people, mostly children, that were affected by it personally. Even though faced with plently of dispare, hope is never tossed aside. If you liked one check out the other.