The Power of Film Propaganda: Myth or Reality
Explores five case studies in Britain, the USSR, Germany and Italy to determine whether or not propaganda films reached the audiences at which they were targeted, and where they did, whether the films made the impact on those audiences that the propagandists had expected.
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Chapter 2 Film Propaganda in the Soviet Union 19171928
Chapter 3 National Socialist Film Propaganda in Germany 19331945
Chapter 4 Official Film Propaganda in Britain during the Second World War
Chapter 5 Italian Neorealist Films
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