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Propaganda

posted Oct 14, 2011, 7:03 AM by sarah ruwe
I learned that propaganda started out by illistrating religious issues and then later changed to political and war. I also learned that after WW1 America did not support the use of propaganda.
 
I liked that it actually talked about and showed the Nazi Germany side of what happened in the war. In a lot of things I have seen it talks mostly about what the Allies did to stop them, and not what Germany did to keep themselves going.
 
I didn't really like this subject, but for being something I am not interested in the website was good and had a lot of useful information.
Last year in American history we had to make our own propaganda to get people to help or join the war. This website would have been helpful at that time to look at more examples of the different kinds of propaganda out there.
 
 
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