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Propaganda in war, 1939-1945 : organisations, policies, and publics, in Britain and Germany

Author: Michael Balfour
Publisher: London ; Boston : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Balfour, Michael Leonard Graham, 1908-
Propaganda in war, 1939-1945.
London ; Boston : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979
(OCoLC)572196527
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Balfour
ISBN: 0710001932 9780710001931
OCLC Number: 5373844
Description: xvii, 520 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --
What is propaganda? --
The organisation of propaganda --
The demythologising of Crewe House --
The Propaganda Ministry in peace-time --
The British war-time organisation for propaganda --
The Propaganda Minister in war-time --
German external broadcasting --
The progress of propaganda --
The start of the war --
The German public and the war --
The British public and the war --
Naval occasions --
Bolshevism and plutocracy --
German relations with the USA --
The search for the 'Good German' --
Lies and losses --
The Norwegian campaign --
The campaign in the West --
Britain's moment of truth --
Rumour and careless talk --
The Battle of Britain --
The bombers begin --
Parallel lapses of morale --
The Italian liability --
The V Campaign --
The flight of Hess --
Crete --
The attack on Russia --
The Atlantic Charter --
The first failure in Russia --
The USA as belligerent --
Britain's bleakest months --
The raid on St Nazaire --
Ration cuts --
British area bombing --
Echoes from the Pacific --
The Battle of the Atlantic --
Germany's successful summer --
The turning-points --
The plutocracy proves egalitarian --
Crimes against humanity --
The inadequate myth --
The awkward formula --
The overblown trumpet --
Katyn --
Tunisgrad --
The bomber foiled --
The weak link breaks --
The rival siren --
Escape routes barred --
Suspense before D-day --
Retaliation disappoints --
The revolt of the colonels --
The halted climax --
British intelligence and German morale --
The Ardennes offensive --
Where were the werewolves? --
Spelling out surrender --
Tailpiece --
What propaganda is --
British and German propaganda --
What difference did propaganda make? --
The place of publicity in the organisation of government.
Responsibility: Michael Balfour.
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