They played as bait
They had a treaty with great Britain
he was the minister for propaganda.
Literacy was a vehicle for propaganda
i believe that he wasn't even involved
Propaganda played a key role in WWII in he sense that it had the ability to mobilize a whole nation to fight a war which it would not otherwise have considered to fight.
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They Carrying ammunition and food,and they also used for cavalry
It promoted it. The propaganda included bandwagon and testimonials which showed that everyone went to war.
role of propaganda movements
They were first observers, watching the enemy, then later fighters and bombers.
Answer this question…It convinces citizens that they should support the totalitarian leader.
propaganda was not limited to WW1, it is used in any conflict whether military or civil. Propaganda is best described as official government communications to the public that are designed to influence opinion. The information may be true or false, but carefully selected for its effect
Yes, they were used. However, they did not play a significant role in WWI. Hope that helps!
it was used as a way to get people to buy bonds and get them to join the army
None, the Boston Massacre is an impromptu mob attack.
The role of propaganda is to seed false information and panic in the enemy. Every country practised this during WWII.
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What did not take place after WW1 that led to WW2
Carrier pigeons were sometimes used to send messages back to HQ from the trenches.
to be neutral
Nationalism and imperialism directly caused WW1 as nations sought to protect their interests. The war was sparked off by the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914.