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Essay from the year 2013 in the subject History - America, grade: 66points > 1,9, University of Warwick (Dept. of History), course: North America: Themes and Problems, language: English, abstract: "The war came as a great relief, like a reverse earthquake, that in one terrible jerk shook everything disjointed, distorted, askew back into place. Japanese bombs had finally brought national unity to the U.S.." All nations participating in the Second World War used one or another strategy to commit their countries to war. Government-conducted manipulation of informing a people can be differentiated into an active channel, propaganda, and a non-active one, censorship. Even though, propaganda and censorship usually cohere, this essay shall only throw a light on how US-American censorship shaped the average citizen's perception before, while, and after World War II.
  • ISBN13: 9783656583332
  • Publisher: Grin Verlag Gmbh
  • Pubilcation Year: 2014
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00020
Publication DateFebruary 17, 2014
Primary CategoryHistory/Americas (North Central South West Indies)
Publisher ImprintGrin Publishing

The Impact of Censorship During World War II on the Average American

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