How we advertised America; the first telling of the amazing story of the Committee on Public Information that carried the gospel of Americanism to every corner of the globe, (Book, 1920) [WorldCat.org]
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How we advertised America; the first telling of the amazing story of the Committee on Public Information that carried the gospel of Americanism to every corner of the globe,

Author: George Creel
Publisher: New York, London, Harper & Brothers [1920]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Creel, George, 1876-1953.
How we advertised America.
New York, London, Harper & Brothers [1920]
(OCoLC)557483992
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: George Creel
OCLC Number: 1540684
Notes: "Published June, 1920."
Description: xvii, [1], 466, [1] pages frontispiece, plates, portraits 23 cm
Contents: pt. 1. The domestic section. The 'second lines" --
The "censorship" bugbear. --
The "Fourth of July fake" --
The Committee's "aircraft lies" --
Relations with Congress. --
The division of news. --
The four minute men. --
The fight for the mind of mankind. --
The battle of the films. --
The "battle of the fences" --
The war expositions. --
The speaking division. --
The advertising division. --
The "Americanizers" --
Work among the foreign-born. --
A wonderful Fourth of July. --
The "Official bulletin" --
Division of women's war-work. --
Other divisions. --
Showing America to the foreign press. --
pt. 2. The foreign section. The fight in foreign countries. --
America's world news service. --
The foreign mail service. --
Fighting with films. --
Breaking through the enemy censorship. --
France, England, and Italy. --
The work in Mexico. --
The work in Switzerland. --
The work in Holland. --
The work in Spain. --
The work in Scandinavia. --
The work in the Orient. --
The work in South America. --
The Russian campaign. --
pt. 3. Demobilization. After the Armistice. --
"Americanizing" Mittel Europa. --
Confusion and neglect. --
Appendix. The American Newspaper Publishers' Association. --
"Savagery" vs. sanity. --
Publications of the Committee on Public Information in the United States.
Responsibility: by George Creel ...

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