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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Propaganda's Role in World War II DifferentWays DifferentTypes Make the leaderslook just like mom-and-pop-style 'plain folks'. (Plain Folks, 2014). Everyone &Everything isNecesary Many posters [were] aimed at women...films and posters encouraged women to go to work in munitions factories (Briggs, 2014) The women were doing an important job contributing to the final product [weapons], rather than its constituent parts. (Bird) Bandwagon The BigLie Main Uses of Propaganda in Britian During World War II Everything fromchicken bones,to paper,to scrap metalwas collected “[Propaganda] depicted people giving away secrets in everyday situations (e.g. sitting on the bus, not seeing caricatures of Hitler, Goebbels, and Goering sitting behind them) (British propaganda during World War II, 2014) Their contentranged from simple instructions to purely motivational content. (British propaganda during World War II, 2014) Poster PlainFolks Make a claim that is so outrageous that people will assume that it can't be a lie, and so accept it as truth. (The Big Lie, 2014) Women wereencouraged totake over factorywork for the men Propagandashowed thefinal productnot parts Leaflets Leaflets were widely used for propagandizing enemy-held territory, by dropping them from airplanes. (Rhodes, 1976) Radio His [Edward R. Murrow] reports of British courage and tenacity helped stimulate hope. (Overy, 1997) createdfeelings of patriotismand pride butalso fear References Bandwagon. (n.d.). Retrieved November 24, 2014, from Bird, C. (n.d.). The Art of War. Retrieved November 24, 2014, from Briggs, S. (n.d.). The Home Front: War Years in Britain (p. 173) British propaganda during World War II. (n.d.). Retrieved November 24, 2014, from Overy, R. (n.d.). Why the Allies Won (p. 109) Plain Folks. (n.d.). Retrieved November 24, 2014, from Propaganda. (2014, January 1). Retrieved November 17, 2014, from Rhodes, A. (1976). Propaganda: The Art of Persuasion: World War II (p. 110).New York: Chelsea House The Big Lie. (n.d.). Retrieved November 24, 2014, from APA formatting by "Makes it appear that many people have joined the cause already, and that they are having lots of fun or getting significant advantage. (Bandwagon, 2014)
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