Propaganda In Nazi Germany

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Propaganda is often seen as unfavorable, because of its use of exaggerated statistics or false statements to manipulate whomever is looking at that poster or advertisement to believe that it’s true. For example, the propaganda in Nazi Germany, they would control what the German citizens could see, read, and hear. Dr. Joseph Goebbels, was put in charge by Hitler, in order to control the propaganda that the public population had access to. Therefore, it was his job to make sure that the German citizens were only allowed contact to what made the Nazi campaign seem like the best and only opinions they had. Goebbels said “The essence of propaganda consists in winning people over to an idea so sincerely, so vitally, that in the end they succumb to…show more content…
When actually this is one of the most positive forms of propaganda that we see in our everyday lives. An example of this would be "The Real Cost" campaign committee, this one really focuses on the youth, it really shows how dangerous cigarettes can actually be. Another thing is that you see this committee 's work almost everyday, they have ads on Pandora, Instagram, Youtube, and on top of that they also have commercials on television. Indoctrination can be constructive, and not just destructive which is supported by “The Real Cost” and bountiful other…show more content…
The best way to do this was to use propaganda, the United States is very well known for some of its propaganda used during World War II. One exceedingly popular one would be of “Rosie the Riveter”, she’s saying “We can do it!”. This is, of coursed, aimed to the women whose husbands went off to war, the American government wanted women to know that they were strong and that they could do whatever a man could do. This shows that propaganda can be positive, it can be an advocate for the public, not to just lie to
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