Censorship and Propaganda, germany

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1. what happened to universities?

  • there were riots and shootings
  • researchers and lecturers had to swear loyalty or face dismissal.
  • all were shut down and replaced with the Hitler youth
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2. how did Goebbels control the arts?

  • no arts were censored at all
  • he set up an organisation in which writers, musicians, artists and actors had to join.
  • he banned everything

3. how were the newspapers censored?

  • every single newspaper wrote the same thing.
  • journalists were briefed on what to write by the Ministry.
  • all journalists were shot unless they swore loyalty to the Nazi's.
  • Hitler ordered that all newspapers had to be read by him beforehand.

4. did Hitler value the radio?

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  • no, he hated the radio. he thought is was wicked.
  • Yes, he placed all radio stations under Nazi control and frequently spoke. he ensured that every street and house had one.
  • not really, he preferred to be seen on television

5. why did the Nazi's campaign, even after election?

  • to offend religious groups
  • to discourage support for the communists
  • to continue to publicize Hitler and increase support
  • to get votes for the next election that will never happen.


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