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The Third Reich politics and propaganda

Author: David Welch
Publisher: London New York Routledge 1995
Edition/Format:   Book : English : ReprintedView all editions and formats
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Challenges previously held assumptions about the effectiveness of Nazi propaganda, and argues that in order to be successful, propaganda must preach to the partially converted.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Welch
ISBN: 0415119103 9780415119108
OCLC Number: 722594775
Notes: Literaturverz. S. 188 - 199
Description: XIII, 204, [16] S. Ill. 23 cm
Contents: Introduction 1. The Conquest of the Masses 2. Goebbels the Propagandist 3. Restructuring the Means of Communication 4. Propaganda and Public Opinion 1933-39 5. Nazi Propaganda at War, 1939-1945 Conclusion Postscript: Germany's Search for a Bearable Past Appendix: Document Section
Responsibility: David Welch

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