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The Political re-education of Germany & her allies after World War II

Author: Nicholas Pronay; Keith M Wilson; Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Publisher: Totowa, N.J. : Barnes & Noble Books, 1985.
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"To 're-educate' the vanquished powers into feeling a common bond with their conquerors instead of revenge was one of the boldest and most imaginative policies in history for securing lasting peace. Never before had a group of nations attempted the wholesale psychological, cultural and ideological reconstruction of other equally developed and prosperous nations. Although the word was publicly avoided, it represented  Read more...
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Political re-education of Germany & her allies after World War II.
Totowa, N.J. : Barnes & Noble Books, 1985
(OCoLC)565213291
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Pronay; Keith M Wilson; Mazal Holocaust Collection.
ISBN: 038920546X 9780389205463
OCLC Number: 11444264
Description: 257 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 'To stamp out the whole tradition ... ' / Nicholas Pronay --
Great War prologue / Keith Wilson --
Planning of 're-education' during the Second World War / Lothar Kettenacker --
Concept and practice of 're-education' in Germany, 1945-50 / Kurt Jürgensen --
Education Branch of the Military Government of Germany and the schools / Arthur Hearnden --
Press in the British Zone of Germany / Kurt Koszyk --
In retrospect : Britain's policy of 're-education' / Michael Balfour --
Welt im Film : Anglo-American newsreel policy / Roger Smither --
American film policy in the re-education of Germany after 1945 / David Culbert --
Re-education of Imperial Japan / Gordon Daniels --
From 're-education' to the selling of the Marshall Plan in Italy / David Ellwood.
Other Titles: Political re-education of Germany and her allies after World War II.
Responsibility: edited by Nicholas Pronay and Keith Wilson.

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"To 're-educate' the vanquished powers into feeling a common bond with their conquerors instead of revenge was one of the boldest and most imaginative policies in history for securing lasting peace. Never before had a group of nations attempted the wholesale psychological, cultural and ideological reconstruction of other equally developed and prosperous nations. Although the word was publicly avoided, it represented one of the most sophisticated and extensive deployments of the concepts and techniques of propaganda developed since the First World War."--Jacket.

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