Highlights of British and German Propaganda in the United States, 1939-1941
Keywords:Propoganda, World War II
AbstractOsborne analyzes pamphlets in possession of the Rutgers University Library that provide an interesting insight into the methods and techniques used by each side to present its case to the American public from 1939 to 1941. He concludes "the spirit of the Anglo-American heritage permeates the pages of the British publications, but it is expressed in a subtle, indirect fashion that contrasts vividly with the rather strident claims of the Germans."
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