Censorship

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What does Censorship do? How did the nazi's use it?
It influences every aspect of life. Nazi's controlled what was seen, read and heard so nothing was allowed to contradict the propaganda,
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When was German radio put under state control? Why did Germany make lots of cheap radios? Why weren't the Nazi's worried that people could tune into foreign stations?
1934 and to ensure more people can but radios to listen to Nazi messages at home and the Germans used a different waveband so was too difficult to tune in,
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How many loudspeakers were arranged to be set up in public places and by who? What was the purpose?
6,000 by Goebbel so everyone could hear the Nazi massages.
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What would happen to books that weren't approved by Nazi's?
they were burnt,
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In May 1933, what was organised by young Nazi's and how many books were destroyed?
A huge bonfire where 20,000 books were burnt and destroyed,
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How many works of other writers were banned?
2,500
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What was the only source of news allowed?
the State-controlled press agency,
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What was given at daily press conferences and what did it say?
Detailed instructions on how the news should be presented and what was to be in it,
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Although the cinema provided entertainment and propaganda, what were the most popular types of films?
Escapist romances or adventures,
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Only Leni Riefenstahl 's films were recognised as outstanding. What was her most famous film called and what was it about
Triupm of the Will and was about a party rally in 1934
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