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World War I and Propaganda.

By: Paddock, Troy.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.History of Warfare: Publisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2014Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (374 p.).ISBN: 9789004264571.Subject(s): World War, 1914-1918 -- Propaganda | World War, 1914-1918 | World WarGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: World War I and PropagandaDDC classification: 940.4/88 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; List of Contributors; List of Figures; Acknowledgments; Introduction; SECTION ONE; PROPAGANDA AND NEGOTIATING IMPERIAL IDENTITY; CHAPTER ONE; Transcending the Nation: Domestic Propaganda and Supranational Patriotism in Britain, 1917-18*; David Monger; CHAPTER TWO; Presenting the War in Ireland, 1914-1918; Catriona Pennell; CHAPTER THREE; "Fight the Huns with Food":Mobilizing Canadian Civilians for the Food War Effort during the Great War, 1914-1918; Mourad Djebabla; CHAPTER FOUR; Propaganda, Imperial Subjecthood and National Identity in Jamaica during the First World War
Richard SmithCHAPTER FIVE; South Africa and the First World War; Anne Samson; SECTION TWO; PROPAGANDA AND THE PROPER CONDUCT OF WAR; CHAPTER SIX; The Hun and the Home: Gender, Sexuality and Propaganda in First World War Europe; Lisa M. Todd; CHAPTER SEVEN; German Propaganda and Prisoners-of-War during World War I; Kenneth Steuer; CHAPTER EIGHT; Indian and African Soldiers in British, French and German Propaganda during the First World War; Andrew Jarboe; SECTION THREE; PROPAGANDA AND NEGOTIATING OCCUPATION; CHAPTER NINE
Of Occupied Territories and Lost Provinces: German and Entente Propaganda in the West during World War IChristopher Fischer; CHAPTER TEN; The Cultivation of Deutschtum in Occupied Lithuania during the First World War; Christopher Barthel; CHAPTER ELEVEN; A Different Kind of Home Front: War, Gender and Propaganda in Warsaw, 1914-1918; Robert Blobaum and Donata Blobaum; SECTION FOUR; CHAPTER TWELVE; Propaganda and Mobilizations in Greece during the First World War; Elli Lemonidou; CHAPTER THIRTEEN; Propaganda and Politics: Germany and Spanish Opinion in World War I; Javier Ponce
CHAPTER FOURTEENLuring Neutrals. Allied and German Propaganda in Argentina during the First World War; María Inés Tato; Bibliography; Index
Summary: World War I and Propaganda offers a new look at a familiar subject. Scholars examine the complex negotiations involved in propaganda within the British Empire, in occupied territories, in neutral nations, and how war should be conducted.
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Contents; List of Contributors; List of Figures; Acknowledgments; Introduction; SECTION ONE; PROPAGANDA AND NEGOTIATING IMPERIAL IDENTITY; CHAPTER ONE; Transcending the Nation: Domestic Propaganda and Supranational Patriotism in Britain, 1917-18*; David Monger; CHAPTER TWO; Presenting the War in Ireland, 1914-1918; Catriona Pennell; CHAPTER THREE; "Fight the Huns with Food":Mobilizing Canadian Civilians for the Food War Effort during the Great War, 1914-1918; Mourad Djebabla; CHAPTER FOUR; Propaganda, Imperial Subjecthood and National Identity in Jamaica during the First World War

Richard SmithCHAPTER FIVE; South Africa and the First World War; Anne Samson; SECTION TWO; PROPAGANDA AND THE PROPER CONDUCT OF WAR; CHAPTER SIX; The Hun and the Home: Gender, Sexuality and Propaganda in First World War Europe; Lisa M. Todd; CHAPTER SEVEN; German Propaganda and Prisoners-of-War during World War I; Kenneth Steuer; CHAPTER EIGHT; Indian and African Soldiers in British, French and German Propaganda during the First World War; Andrew Jarboe; SECTION THREE; PROPAGANDA AND NEGOTIATING OCCUPATION; CHAPTER NINE

Of Occupied Territories and Lost Provinces: German and Entente Propaganda in the West during World War IChristopher Fischer; CHAPTER TEN; The Cultivation of Deutschtum in Occupied Lithuania during the First World War; Christopher Barthel; CHAPTER ELEVEN; A Different Kind of Home Front: War, Gender and Propaganda in Warsaw, 1914-1918; Robert Blobaum and Donata Blobaum; SECTION FOUR; CHAPTER TWELVE; Propaganda and Mobilizations in Greece during the First World War; Elli Lemonidou; CHAPTER THIRTEEN; Propaganda and Politics: Germany and Spanish Opinion in World War I; Javier Ponce

CHAPTER FOURTEENLuring Neutrals. Allied and German Propaganda in Argentina during the First World War; María Inés Tato; Bibliography; Index

World War I and Propaganda offers a new look at a familiar subject. Scholars examine the complex negotiations involved in propaganda within the British Empire, in occupied territories, in neutral nations, and how war should be conducted.

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