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THE RISE AND FALL OF BRITANSKY SOYUZNIK: A CASE STUDY IN SOVIET RESPONSE TO BRITISH PROPAGANDA OF THE MID-1940s
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THE RISE AND FALL OF BRITANSKY SOYUZNIK: A CASE STUDY IN SOVIET RESPONSE TO BRITISH PROPAGANDA OF THE MID-1940s

Author: VLADIMIR O PECHATNOV
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:The Historical Journal, 41, no. 1 (1998): 293-301
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Other Databases: British Library Serials
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: VLADIMIR O PECHATNOV
ISSN:0018-246X
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 356529198
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schema:description"The newly available documentation from the Russian archives sheds new light upon many aspects of Soviet-British relationship during World War II and the early Cold War. One such relatively unexplored facet of this relationship is propaganda interaction between the two countries. While the organization and technique of both Soviet and British propaganda machines have been studied rather extensively, there has been very little documented analysis of an actual impact of British propaganda on the Soviet regime and society in the mid-1940s (although some internal estimates within the British government must have been made at the time). Now, with the opening of Agitprop (department of agitation and propaganda of the central committee of the CPSU) records it becomes possible to measure this impact, including Soviet steps to manage it. A good case study in this regard can be made out of Soviet internal reaction to the main mouthpieces of the British printed propaganda targeted on the Soviet audience in 1942-8 - a journal, Britansky Soyuznik (The British Ally) and its digest companion Britanskaia Khronika (The British Chronicle)."
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