Censorship and Propaganda

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What was set up to do with films?
The Reich film chamber 1933
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In 1938 what percentage of films were classed as political?
10%
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What did the Reich cinema law mean?
All films to be submitted to the censor Gobells to ban any films thought to be unacceptable
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What law was introduced to censor plays?
The theatre law
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When was it introduced?
May 15th 1934
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What were plays?
A public exercise subject to police supervision
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What was banned?
Modern experimental plays but German classics could still be played
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What law was introduced for the indoctrination of press?
The editors law
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What did this law do?
made it impossible for Newspaper editors to take independent views of stories
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What papers were closed down?
All socialist and communist papers
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What chamber is introduced?
Reich press chamber
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Who directed it?
Max Amon
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What did he do?
Control all papers
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What were the cheap radios called?
The people's recievers
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In 1934 what regional radio stations were removed from?
the control of the lander and formed into the Reich radio company
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What happened in the summer of 1933?
The staff of all radio stations were purged for the removal of left wingers and Jews
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By 1939 what amount of broard casts on the radio were popular music?
two thirds
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What did Hitler dismiss modern art as>
degenerate
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What was set up in 1937?
The house of art
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