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The war that Hitler won : the most infamous propaganda campaign in history

Author: Robert Edwin Herzstein
Publisher: New York : Putnam, ©1978.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Herzstein, Robert Edwin.
War that Hitler won.
New York : Putnam, ©1978
(OCoLC)557948905
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Edwin Herzstein
ISBN: 0399118454 9780399118456
OCLC Number: 2965179
Description: 491 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : The war that Hitler won --
Joseph Goebbels : the politics of propaganda and faith. Joseph Goebbels : the mind of the propagandist --
Joseph Goebbels : the ideologist of total war --
Wartime propaganda and the mass media : techniques of control and dissemination. The propaganda apparatus in state and party --
The Nazi party, the press, and the radio --
Publications, posters, and propaganda campaigns --
Ideology and propaganda in wartime German film. War and myth in the German weekly newsreel --
The feature film as Nazi propaganda : men, organization, and themes --
Nazi ideals and demons in feature films : from Friedrich Schiller to Rite of Sacrifice --
Plutocrats and Bolsheviks : two views of ideological and racial enemies in the German mass media. The war against England in the German mass media --
Jewish-Bolshevik subhumanity : the media war against Soviet Russia --
Conclusion : Aspects of German popular reaction to Nazi wartime propaganda. German reaction to Adolf Hitler's war --
German reaction to the wartime mass media.
Responsibility: Robert Edwin Herzstein.

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