Based on a detailed examination of specific aspects of Nazi propaganda, this book (originally published in 1983) enhances the understanding of National Socialism by revealing both its power and its limitations. The work tackles aspects of Nazi propaganda which had been neglected in the past, but together they demonstrate the disproportionate role assigned to propaganda in one of the most highly politicised societies in contemporary European history.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Routledge Library Editions: Nazi Germany and the Holocaust|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
Table of Contents
1. Introduction David Welch 2. Hitler’s Impact on the Lower Middle Class Lothar Kettenacker 3. Goebbels and the Function of Propaganda Richard Taylor 4. Nazi Architecture – a Blueprint for World Domination: The Last Aims of Adolf Hitler Jochen Thries 5. Educational Film Propaganda and the Nazi Youth David Welch 6. Structures of Consensus and Coercion: Workers’ Morale and the Maintenace of Work Discipline, 1939-1945 Stephen Salter 7. Propaganda, Autarky and the German Housewife Jill Stephenson 8. Nazi Propaganda in Occupied Western Europe: the Case of the Netherlands Gerhard Hirschfeld 9. Nazi film Propaganda in Occupied France François Garçon 10. How Effective Was Nazi Propaganda? Ian Kershaw