4 Your Task: 1) Briefly review the propaganda posters and images 2) Select one image that resonates with you. You will be analyzing this piece.
5 Your task:3) Describe: What do you see? Focus on the concrete, without interpreting. What’s occurring, what stands out? Critical viewing.4) Analyze: What choices did the artist make? Focus on color, shape, perspective -- how do they communicate a message? Symbols? What emotions is the piece trying to evoke?5) Interpret: What larger story is the artists trying to tell or hoping to communicate? Who is the intended audience? How might other audiences interpret it?6) Discuss your process and your propaganda piece with your neighbor.
13 “Shame on you, chatterer. The enemy is listening. Silence is your duty
14 “Mothers! Fight for your children!” (Late in war; date unknown)
15 “Hitler is building. Help him. Buy German goods.” (mid-1930s)
16 This poster links the German Labor Front (the DAF) of WWII era to World War I. (1933)
17 Portrays expulsion of Jewish teachers and students from German schools Portrays expulsion of Jewish teachers and students from German schools. From 1933, the numbers of Jewish students in public schools was limited, supposedly due to overcrowding.