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Propaganda in Nazi Germany!
Who was In Charge? Although Hitler the main guy in charge of everything he appointed someone else to watch over the propaganda. Joseph Goebbels, Minister of Propaganda and National Enlightenment. Promoted National Belief, stopped anyone who tried to change the beliefs. Created the Reich Ministry of Information and Propaganda which informed people of the government and the Nazi party.
Forms Of Propaganda 3 Types White Propaganda: Clearly identified source. Most of the information was true. Meant to encourage People. Most Radio Propaganda was White propaganda at first. Grey Propaganda: Not clearly Identified source, listener has to guess who is speaking. Meant to embarrass enemy or conceal loses. Black Propaganda: Source is given, but is not accurate. Usually a group pretending to be the enemy. This was used to attack the opponents of the group giving false information meant to embarrass.
Forms Of Propaganda Film, Posters, Radio, Press Film: Only films that talked about anti-Semitism, guiding Germany’s youth, the poor treatment of Germans in East European countries, praising Hitler, and supporting any other views help by the Nazi party were allowed to be made and shown to the public Posters: Most Posters were to show Hitler as a Hero, or to target people who did not follow the Nazis. " The Jew: The inciter of war,the prolonger of war."
Forms of Propaganda Radio: One of the most successful types. Had to be part of the Third Reich to put anything on the radio. Music played on the radios was to attract people to the broadcasts. Started foreign broadcasts in Press: Hitler had a deep hate for the press. Goebbels, Dietrich, and Amann were in charge of the press. To control the press the first measure taken was “ the law governing editors.”
Burning Of The Books Took place on May 10 th 1933 Any book that was considered “un-German” was to be burned Many students followed the Nazi party and believed in them and their ideas. Students tossed book into a bonfire After they had finished they sang Nazi anthems.
Allies Propaganda Countries such as the United Stated and Britain used propaganda to convince people Hitler was evil. Humours approach used in Britain. They liked to use political cartoons. This was popular with the public. Also had a serious side that tried to remind people not to talk about military plans.
Allies Propaganda United states used posters and placed them everywhere. The propaganda was either very subtle or very obvious. Scare Tactics were used Cartoons were also used to grab the attention of the younger age group
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