1 edition of The propaganda front found in the catalog.
The propaganda front
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-269).
|Other titles||Postcards from the era of world wars, Leonard A. Lauder postcard archive|
|Statement||Anna Jozefacka, Lynda Klich, Juliana Kreinik, and Benjamin Weiss|
|Contributions||Klich, Lynda, author, Kreinik, Juliana D., author, Weiss, Benjamin, author, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston|
|LC Classifications||NC1878.W2 J69 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||2017942127|
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“Big Bertha” sends large-caliber greetings from Berlin. A Socialist worker raises the red flag. Adoring crowds greet Hitler and Mussolini. Uncle Sam orders Americans to enlist. In the first half of the twentieth century, these images and many more circulated by the millions on postcards intended to change minds and inspire actions.
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Inside America’s Shocking WWII Propaganda Machine More than half a century ago, the U.S. used provocative posters and fake news to influence its. Nazi Propaganda: Propaganda was central to National Socialist Germany.
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The campaign enlisted such figures as Judy Garland, Norman Rockwell, Irving Berlin, and Donald Duck to cultivate national morale and convince Americans to buy war bonds.Propaganda dominated by the relatively small number of per- sons—a trifling fraction of our hundred and twenty million—who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses.
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