In the midst of the tumultuous 1940s, Brazil unexpectedly became the stage for an obscure yet impactful narrative – the rise and fall of the Shindo Renmei organization. Against the backdrop of World War II, this Japanese nationalist group etched an intriguing tale into Brazil’s cultural fabric, unearthing the intricate interplay of wartime loyalties and the challenges of assimilation for immigrant communities.

Shindo Renmei in Brazil: War and Terror