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1 Propaganda of World War II Mr. Early 5 th Grade Elizabeth Scott Elementary School

2 What Is Propaganda? Media used to influence opinion, in order to get a population ready for war Media used to influence opinion, in order to get a population ready for war What type of writing could we compare to propaganda? What type of writing could we compare to propaganda?

3 Different Types of Media Visual Visual –posters, postcards Audio Audio –radio commercials, music Audiovisual Audiovisual –movies, cartoons

4 Propaganda in WWII When World War II started, some nations were ready for war and some were not. All nations had to use propaganda in order to get their citizens ready for war. When World War II started, some nations were ready for war and some were not. All nations had to use propaganda in order to get their citizens ready for war.

5 Responding to WW II Propaganda Each piece of media is an example of propaganda from WWII. Each piece of media is an example of propaganda from WWII. As you view and listen, answer these questions: As you view and listen, answer these questions: –What country is it from? –How do you know? Explain your thinking. –What was the creator trying to say (theme)? –Who is it meant for (audience)?

6 Visual Propaganda Examples #1 #2

7 Audio Example

8 When The Lights Go On Again When the lights go on again all over the world And the boys are home again all over the world And rain or snow is all that may fall from the skies above A kiss won't mean "goodbye" but "Hello to love" When the lights go on again all over the world And the ships will sail again all over the world Then we'll have time for things like wedding rings and free hearts will sing When the lights go on again all over the world

9 Your Turn As you observe each example of WWII propaganda, respond to the questions on your student worksheet. As you observe each example of WWII propaganda, respond to the questions on your student worksheet. After everyone has had time to respond, we will “buzz” with our table groups about our thinking. After everyone has had time to respond, we will “buzz” with our table groups about our thinking.

10 Audiovisual

11 Visual #1

12 Audio #1

13 Any Bonds Today The tall man with the high hat and the whiskers on his chin will soon be knocking at your door and you ought to be in The tall man with the high hat will be coming down your way, get your savings out when you hear him shout "Any bonds today?" Any bonds today? Bonds of freedom, that's what I'm selling Any bonds today? Scrape up the most you can Here comes the freedom man Asking you to buy a share of freedom today Any stamps today? We'll be blest if we all invest in the U.S.A. Here comes the freedom man Can't make tomorrow's plan Not unless you buy a share of freedom today

14 Any Bonds Today First came the Czechs and then came the Poles And then the Norwegians with three million souls Then came the Dutch, the Belgians and France Then all of the Balkans with hardly a chance It's all in the Book if only you look It's there if you read the text They fell every one at the point of a gun America mustn't be next Any bonds today? Bonds of freedom, that's what I'm selling Any bonds today? Scrape up the most you can Here comes the freedom man asking you to buy a share of freedom today Any bonds today? All you give will be spent to live in the Yankee way Scrape up the most you can Here comes the freedom man asking you to buy a share of freedom today

15 Visual #2

16 Visual #3

17 Audiovisual #2

18 Propaganda in WWII Germany, Japan, and the United States all used different themes of propaganda, but which was the best? Germany, Japan, and the United States all used different themes of propaganda, but which was the best?

19 Your Task Your group will be analyzing propaganda posters from three of the main participants in World War II: Germany, Japan, and the United States. While analyzing you will be searching for different themes in each of these posters. Your group will be analyzing propaganda posters from three of the main participants in World War II: Germany, Japan, and the United States. While analyzing you will be searching for different themes in each of these posters. Your group will be creating your own World War II propaganda poster from one of the three nations. When creating your poster, be sure to use the themes from the country you have selected. Your group will be creating your own World War II propaganda poster from one of the three nations. When creating your poster, be sure to use the themes from the country you have selected.


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