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Propaganda During World War 1
Transcript of Propaganda During World War 1
created by Germans BY: SAYSHA MELENDEZ IMAGERY INFLUENCES During WW1 many countries were using propaganda to influence others to go against a certain nation or to influence young men to join the army to fight for their own nation. Work Cited http://www.ww1-propaganda-cards.com/ http://www.100megspop3.com/bark/Propaganda.html British and German propaganda aimed their influences at Americans during World War One. The Two nations fallowed four main trends: blaming the other for the war, claims that America’s interests were unethical to those of the enemy, exposure of the enemy’s atrocities, and claims of cultural or racial solidarity with America. http://dreamingofopenseas.blogspot.com/2010/08/images-of-propaganda.html Anti-British Anti-German propaganda http://www.wwiaviation.com/aces/ace_Guynemer.html anti-German propaganda anti-Russian Russian Propaganda The most famous war poster was Alfred Leete's 1914 image of Lord Kitchener pointing directly at the viewer. So successful was this image that it was adapted for American use in both World War I and II by JM Flag http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/uknews/3400728/The-power-of-propaganda-wartime-posters.html http://www.ww1propaganda.com/world-war-1-posters/american-ww1-propaganda-posters Propaganda is the use of various media to influence public opinion by presenting selective information, or lying by omission. America produced more propaganda than any other allied country. America aimed much of their propaganda toward men (any men) joining the army and trying to influence women to enter the work force i) “French doctors infect German wells with plague germs”
ii) “German prisoners blinded by Allied captors”