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Hitler's Leadership & Outcome of WWII
Impact of Nazi's hateful propaganda on consequences of war in Europe. History of German hatred of Jews, economics, rituals, Hitler's aims & policies, mass psychology, industry & military.
# 11963 | 5,175 words | 24 sources | 1996 | US


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"The term "propaganda" is defined as the organized attempt to influence the attitudes and opinions of others. Propaganda, thus, refers to the use of mass persuasion techniques.

Adolph Hitler, leader of NAZI Germany, was acknowledged to be a skilled propagandist. Hitler used his propagandistic skills as one of his leadership tools. Some people advance a proposition that holds that Hitler's leadership, together with his use of propagandistic skills, caused the adverse outcomes of the Second World War to be more severe than otherwise would have been the case. On its face, this proposition is absurd because Hitler's leadership and the use of ..."

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