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This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition., 1000grams, ISBN: 0710001932.
Very Good+ 9780710001931. Black hardcovers / silver titles to the spine. A Very Good+ book with a tight binding and a clean, unmarked text. There is some offsetting to pages 58 & 59, from a book review newspaper clipping. A book plate from the previous owner and a book store stamp to the front paste down. The DJ is unclipped, no tears or marks to the covers, rubbing and edgewear. "TABLE OF CONTENTS--What is propaganda? --The organisation of propaganda--The demythologising of Crewe House--The Propaganda Ministry in peace-time--The British war-time organisation for propaganda--The Propaganda Minister in war-time--German external broadcasting--The progress of propaganda--The start of the war--The German public and the war--The British public and the war--Naval occasions--Bolshevism and plutocracy--German relations with the USA--The search for the 'Good German'--Lies and losses--The Norwegian campaign--The campaign in the West--Britain's moment of truth--Rumour and careless talk--The Battle of Britain--The bombers begin--Parallel lapses of morale--The Italian liability--The V Campaign--The flight of Hess--Crete--The attack on Russia--The Atlantic Charter--The first failure in Russia--The USA as belligerent--Britain's bleakest months--The raid on St Nazaire--Ration cuts--British area bombing--Echoes from the Pacific--The Battle of the Atlantic--Germany's successful summer--The turning-points--The plutocracy proves egalitarian--Crimes against humanity--The inadequate myth--The awkward formula--The overblown trumpet--Katyn--Tunisgrad--The bomber foiled--The weak link breaks--The rival siren--Escape routes barred--Suspense before D-day--Retaliation disappoints--The revolt of the colonels--The halted climax--British intelligence and German morale--The Ardennes offensive--Where were the werewolves? --Spelling out surrender--Tailpiece--What propaganda is--British and German propaganda--What difference did propaganda make? --The place of publicity in the organisation of government. "; 9.21 X 6.30 X 1.73 inches; 520 pages.
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