Celluloid Soldiers: Warner Bros. Campaign Against Nazism, 1934-1941

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Celluloid Soldiers: Warner Bros. Campaign Against Nazism, 1934-1941 - Birdwell, Michael E, and Darwin, Charles, Professor

During the 1930s many Americans avoided thinking about war erupting in Europe, believing it of little relevance to their own lives. Yet, the Warner Bros. film studio embarked on a virtual crusade to alert Americans to the growing menace of Nazism. Polish-Jewish immigrants Harry and Jack Warner risked both reputation and fortune to inform the ...

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