Campaign Propaganda : Thanks to Propaganda Campaign!

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Campaign Propaganda : Thanks to Propaganda Campaign!

  1. 1. “All propaganda has to be popular andhas to accommodate itself to thecomprehension of the least intelligentof those whom it seeks to reach.” - Adolf Hitler
  2. 2. The Role Of Campaign Propaganda Advertising• The main role of Campaign Propaganda Advertising is to support one’s country.• Most of the Campaign Propaganda Advertising was on form of Posters and Videos.• One of the wars that uses Campaign Propaganda Advertising in the early 20th Century was the Spanish – American War (April 25 – August 12, 1898).
  3. 3. Spanish – American War April 25 – August 12,1898
  4. 4. Talking about the Promise of America to Cuba.
  5. 5. Talking about the war.
  6. 6. Talking about the civilization, commerce & prosperity in Spanish colonies.
  7. 7. “All the war-propaganda, all thescreaming and lies and hatred, comesinvariably from people who are notfighting.” - George Orwell
  8. 8. World War IJuly 28,1914 – November 11,1918
  9. 9. • World War I first broke out in Europe on July 28, 1914.• Most of the themes are encouraging to save, buy, loan and to join the army.• The one of the reasons why so many people encouraged to do that is that because they mixed it with the current situation that can change people’s mind.
  10. 10. Encouraging the Males to join the war.
  11. 11. Encouraging the Males to join the war.
  12. 12. Urging Womens to Join on the Army.
  13. 13. Urging People to save things like cal, light etc.
  14. 14. Encouraging people to buy victory bonds
  15. 15. “One cannot wage war under presentconditions without the support of publicopinion, which is tremendously moldedby the press and other forms ofpropaganda.” Douglas MacArthur
  16. 16. World War II1 September 1939 – 2 September 1945
  17. 17. • World war II Broke out again first in Europe especially in Germany on September 1, 1939.• According to research, World war II is the bloodiest war of all wars with over 60 – 70 Million casualties (both Axis and Allies)• And because of total global war, Propaganda was the only thing to reach the situation to people. Propaganda was on the form of Posters, Movies, Radio, Leaflets etc.
  18. 18. About keeping confidentiality to others
  19. 19. About keeping confidentiality to others
  20. 20. About the woman power
  21. 21. About the woman power
  22. 22. About Conservation and Rationing
  23. 23. About Conservation and Rationing
  24. 24. About the Allies
  25. 25. About the Allies
  26. 26. German Propaganda
  27. 27. German Propaganda
  28. 28. Russian Propaganda
  29. 29. Russian Propaganda
  30. 30. Japanese Propaganda
  31. 31. Japanese Propaganda
  32. 32. MoviesPrivate SNAFU “SpieS” (1943)
  33. 33. Movies Why we fight (1945)War comes to America
  34. 34. MoviesLooney Tunes: ScrapHappy Daffy (1943)
  35. 35. MoviesNazi Propaganda (World War 2) (1940)
  36. 36. “It is necessary to expose the falsepropaganda of the imperialists andthoroughly dispel the illusion that theimperialists will give up their positions inthe colonies and dependent countrieswith good will.” Kim Il - Sung
  37. 37. Cold War(1947 – 1991)
  38. 38. • This was a sustained state of political and military tension between the powers of the Western world, led by the United States and its NATO allies, and the communist world, led by the Soviet Union, its satellite states and allies.• Three Events that happened was the German blockade, Korean and Vietnam War.
  39. 39. About Stopping the communism
  40. 40. About the Vietnam War
  41. 41. About the Korean War
  42. 42. MoviesFallout 1955 (Full 15mins. Documentary)
  43. 43. “That’s all Folks!”- Merrie Melodies

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