Propaganda and Censorship Essay

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Propaganda and Censorship



Propaganda and Censorship

The Nazi=s used many different types of propaganda and used various methods to censor.
These included, the press, the radio, loud speakers, books, theatre, art and music,
rallies and campaigns and films.

In the press non﷓Nazi newspapers and magazines were closed down and taken over.
Goebbels also told editors what they could and could not print.
All of the radio stations were placed under Nazi control and cheap mass﷓produced
radios were sold. These radios were even installed in cafes and factories.

Loud speakers were placed in the streets to broadcasts speeches by Hitler and broadcast
pro﷓Nazi plays and stories.

In the cultural side of things, many writers, artists and composers were persuaded or
forced to create works in praise of Hitler and the Third Reich. All journalists were
banned and thousand of Jewish or anti Nazi books were destroyed in public book burnings,
1933.

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