Methods of propaganda 1920-1933

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  • Methods of propaganda 1920-1933
    • Nazi message short, simple and frequentely repeated
    • Newspaper
      • only printed Nazi messages
        • not everyone bought them
    • Cinema
      • very popular, good oppurtunity to get message across
      • 250 million in 1933
    • Radio
      • available in most homes
      • message to front rooms
    • Rallies + marches
      • ran annually
      • exciting/ spectacular
      • local marches led by SA/ Hitler youth
      • Mass and local
    • Posters
      • put across message but not everyone read them
    • Books
      • carefully controlled content
      • not everyone bought/read them
    • Jokes
      • Law Against Malicious Gossip
        • Punishments- fines and prison
      • Privacy of home
  • Themes
    • Methods of propaganda 1920-1933
      • Nazi message short, simple and frequentely repeated
      • Newspaper
        • only printed Nazi messages
          • not everyone bought them
      • Cinema
        • very popular, good oppurtunity to get message across
        • 250 million in 1933
      • Radio
        • available in most homes
        • message to front rooms
      • Rallies + marches
        • ran annually
        • exciting/ spectacular
        • local marches led by SA/ Hitler youth
        • Mass and local
      • Posters
        • put across message but not everyone read them
      • Books
        • carefully controlled content
        • not everyone bought/read them
      • Jokes
        • Law Against Malicious Gossip
          • Punishments- fines and prison
        • Privacy of home
    • Helping unemlpoyed and new members
    • Centered Hitler
    • Sterotypes
    • Happiness/secruity
  • Methods of propaganda 1920-33

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