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Nazi Propaganda

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Transcript of Nazi Propaganda

Nazi Propaganda (1933-1939)
How did Nazi propaganda affect the rest of the world?
Who was involved/targeted?
What was Nazi propaganda and why was it important?
What sort of things were used in the Nazi Propaganda?
"Goals were to establish external enemies...and internal enemies such as Jews, homosexuals, Bolsheviks..." -Wikipedia
The Nazis believed that these people were inferior, thus making their opinion the similarity of "survival of the fittest".
The people who were involved or targeted in the Nazi propaganda were mostly the German people, especially the racially or ethnically different. This is important because these biased opinions resulted in thousands of deaths.
"Propaganda must address itself to the broad masses of the people.(...) All propaganda must be presented in a popular form and must fix its intellectual level so as to not be above the heads of the least intellectual of those to whom it is directed" -Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler)
Hitler writes this in his book, Mein Kampf, to blueprint later Nazi efforts. He explains how propaganda works and how to successfully use it to grab the attention of everyone, not just a select few.
The Nazi Propaganda was a "tool" that the Nazis used to control the population and to make them think and believe what they wanted them to. It was a major contributor to the dominance that the Nazis had over the people and helped them climb the ladder of political power
"Posters, films, cartoons, and fliers were seen throughout Germany which attacked the Jewish community." -United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
This quote explains how the brainwashing information that was being given to the public, which was mostly about the Jews, was transported.
The things that were used to spread the death-causing information to the people were, "Posters, films, cartoons, and fliers..."
"...Signal magazine was Nazi Germany's most successful wartime propaganda publication."
This quote is basically saying that this magazine was a large part of the Nazi propaganda. The magazine spread throughout Germany and into some other countries, showing that other people knew what was going on there.
The Nazi propaganda affected the rest of the world by having some of it's own products spread around. This is important because this means that some of the world knew what as going on. There were people that knew the atrocities that were happening to the minorities. It also gave us a new word, "genocide", to describe the horror that occurred during the Holocaust.
Abigail Westfall
Work's Cited
Malczewski, Benjamin. "Harwood, Jeremy. Hitler's War: World War II as Portrayed by Signal, the International Nazi Propaganda Magazine.(Brief article)(Book review)." Library Journal. 139. 11 (June 15, 2014): 105(3). Student Resource Center - Junior. Gale. Webber Junior High School. 14 Nov. 2014<http://find.galegroup.com/srcx/infomark.do?&source=gale&srcprod=SRCJ&userGroupName=webberjhs&prodId=SRC-4&tabID=T003&docId=A370894393&type=retrieve&contentSet=IAC-Documents&version=1.0>.

Prowe, Diethelm. "Goebbels, Joseph Paul (1897-1945)." Encyclopedia of World Biography. Ed. Suzanne M. Bourgoin. 2nd ed. Detroit: Gale Research,1998. Student Resource Center - Junior. Gale. Webber Junior High School. 14 Nov. 2014 <http://find.galegroup.com/srcx/infomark.do?&source=gale&srcprod=SRCJ&userGroupName=webberjhs&prodId=SRC-4&tabID=T001&docId=EJ1631002569&type=retrieve&contentSet=GSRC&version=1.0>.

Wkipedia "Nazi Propaganda" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_propaganda


Presnell, Barbara, "Nazi Propaganda: Effective in Two Ways" http://writing.uncc.edu/student-writing/nazi-propaganda-effective-two-ways
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