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Propaganda, culture and mass media in Germany
One reason there was little opposition, was due to Goebbels’s extreme use of propaganda. He truthfully believed that Hitler was the saviour of Germany and he wanted everyone to believe this too! Goebbels was a man to keep a main eye of the public opinion and use every type of propaganda methods he could find. He also was in charge of censorship; choosing what the public did and didn’t hear.
Leni Riefenstahl- A German director and actress.
Propaganda- Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote a political cause or point of view.
Goebbels- A German propaganda minister in Nazi Germany who persecuted the Jews for example Paul, a German member of Adolf Hitler's political party.
Demagogue- A political leader who seeks support by appealing to the desires and prejudices of ordinary people rather than by using rational arguement.
The Nuremburg Rallies
These were annual and involved torchers, marches and meetings.
They involved bands, flying displays and speeches by Hitler himself.
The Nuremburg rallies were known for:
· Bringing colour into the people’s lives as they felt honoured to be involved with a movement so great
· The rallies showed the Germans power of state.
· The Nazi’s main attraction was that they created order out of chaos.
The 1936 Olympic Games
One the greatest propaganda opportunities came when Berlin was chosen to host the Olympic Games in the summer of 1936. It would be an opportunity to not only publicise in Germany but internationally as well.