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Propaganda

  1. 1. Propaganda of WWII
  2. 2. Propaganda• The deliberate spreading of information or ideas to harm of promote a person, group, or movement.
  3. 3. Three Modern Examples QuickTime™ and a H.264 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  4. 4. PropagandaTechniques
  5. 5. The KeyPersuasion
  6. 6. Techniques Speaking• Hitler’s Favourite form of Dispersion• Direct Contact to the Audience• More Personal
  7. 7. Techniques Fallacies• “Loose lips sink ships”• “Our carelessness is their secret weapon”• “When you ride alone, you ride with Hitler”• “United we Stand”
  8. 8. Techniques Media• Posters• Radio• Movies (moving pictures)• Public Speeches• Newspapers
  9. 9. Techniques Colours QuickTime™ and a Apple ProRes 422 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  10. 10. Techniques Colours• Red, Black, White• Sometimes Blue• Red is associated with: Blood, Evil, Success• ie. 143 out of 204 national flags contain Red
  11. 11. UsingPropagandaPropaganda
  12. 12. Ministries■ Germany had employed Joseph Goebbels as head of the Ministry of Public Enl ightenment and Propaganda.The Soviet Union had a Department for Agitation and Propaganda.The Brazilian Estado Novo had a Departmen t of Press and Propaganda (DIP).The Irish Republic had a Department of Propaganda, established 1918 and renamed to Department of Publicity in 1921.The United States had a Committee on Public InformationThe Chinese Central Propaganda Department officially changed its English name to Central Publicity Department in 1998, while its Chinese name was unchanged.
  13. 13. Who ?• The Government• Political Leaders• Organizations• All around the World
  14. 14. What ?• Ideologies• Political Views• Slogans
  15. 15. Where ? and How?• Posters• Billboards• Radio• Public Speeches
  16. 16. Why ?• Control over: • Social Opinion • Social Ideologies • Social Whim
  17. 17. Affects on WWII WWII
  18. 18. How Did Propaganda Change the War?1. Patriotism
  19. 19. How Did Propaganda Change the War?2. Evokes Emotions
  20. 20. How Did Propaganda Change the War?3. Support the War
  21. 21. How Did Propaganda Change the War?4. Ignorance
  22. 22. Visitwww.rotaxskidoo.wix.com/history

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