An Example of Anti-western Propaganda

During the Cold War, anti-western propaganda was prevalent, particularly in communist nations. One notorious example is the 1962 Soviet film titled "Peace to Him Who Enters," which depicts the United States as a warmongering nation responsible for the Vietnam War. The film's central plot involves a young Vietnamese woman, tortured and mutilated by the American military, symbolizing the suffering inflicted by the Western powers. Through powerful imagery, the film aimed to portray the United States as a perpetrator of violence and oppression, demonizing its actions in Vietnam and reinforcing anti-western sentiments within the Soviet Union and its allies.