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Politics
Author: Randall L. Bytwerk
ISBN: 0870137093
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Pages 228 pages
Publisher Michigan State University Press (July 31, 2004)
Language English
Category: Politics
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eBook Bending Spines: The Propagandas of Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic (Rhetoric & Public Affairs) download

by Randall L. Bytwerk


The Failure of the Propaganda of the German Democratic Republic originally appeared in Quarterly Journal of Speech 85 (1999): 400–416

Denise M. Bostdorff, College of Wooster. G. Thomas Goodnight, Northwestern University. My friends who were once citizens of the German Democratic Republic have stimulated my thinking in many ways. They offered friendship and hospitality both before and after 1989. The Failure of the Propaganda of the German Democratic Republic originally appeared in Quarterly Journal of Speech 85 (1999): 400–416. ix. x. Acknowledgments.

Why do totalitarian propaganda such as those created in Nazi Germany and the former German Democratic Republic .

Why do totalitarian propaganda such as those created in Nazi Germany and the former German Democratic Republic initially succeed.

Why do totalitarian propaganda such as those created in Nazi Germany and the former German Democratic Republic initially succeed, and why do they ultimately fa. .Series: Rhetoric & Public Affairs. Published by: Michigan State University Press.

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Why do totalitarian propaganda such as those created in Nazi Germany. Why do totalitarian propaganda such as those created in Nazi Germany and the former German Democratic Republic initially succeed, and why do they ultimately fail? Outside observers often make two serious mistakes when they interpret the propaganda of this time.

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Bending Spines examines the full range of persuasive techniques used by Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic, and concludes that both systems failed in part because they expected more of their propaganda than it was able to deliver.

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Propaganda was central to Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic. The German Propaganda Archive includes both propaganda itself and material produced for the guidance of propagandists

Propaganda was central to Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic. The German Propaganda Archive includes both propaganda itself and material produced for the guidance of propagandists.

BYTWERK, RANDALL L. (Author) RHETORIC AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS SERIES (Author) Michigan State . Facts and figures : a comparative survey of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic. (Author) RHETORIC AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS SERIES (Author) Michigan State University Press (Publisher). Paper war Nazi propaganda in one battle, on a single day Cassino, Italy, May 11, 1944. Second World War Posters.

Why do totalitarian propaganda such as those created in Nazi Germany and the former German Democratic Republic initially succeed, and why do they ultimately fail? Outside observers often make two serious mistakes when they interpret the propaganda of this time. First, they assume the propaganda worked largely because they were supported by a police state, that people cheered Hitler and Honecker because they feared the consequences of not doing so. Second, they assume that propaganda really succeeded in persuading most of the citizenry that the Nuremberg rallies were a reflection of how most Germans thought, or that most East Germans were convinced Marxist-Leninists. Subsequently, World War II Allies feared that rooting out Nazism would be a very difficult task. No leading scholar or politician in the West expected East Germany to collapse nearly as rapidly as it did. Effective propaganda depends on a full range of persuasive methods, from the gentlest suggestion to overt violence, which the dictatorships of the twentieth century understood well.      In many ways, modern totalitarian movements present worldviews that are religious in nature. Nazism and Marxism-Leninism presented themselves as explanations for all of life—culture, morality, science, history, and recreation. They provided people with reasons for accepting the status quo. Bending Spines examines the full range of persuasive techniques used by Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic, and concludes that both systems failed in part because they expected more of their propaganda than it was able to deliver.  

Butius
Extremely Insightful book on the German regime and their propaganda techniques. This subject has been of immense interest to me for a few years now. Recommended
Xig
Bytwerk has written a very accessible book about the use of propaganda by the two twentieth century dictatorships in Germany - the nazis and the communists. It's well-organized with excellent endnotes and a lengthy bibliography. While I think the subject deserves two in-depth booklength studies on each individual era instead of this comparative approach, "Bending Spines" is a good introduction. At times however, the comparative structure simply breaks down, for example in the chapter comparing the role of satire journals under Hitler and in the GDR. Bytwerk's hunt for anti-semitic "humor" in East German sources to compare to the Nazi's overwhelming hatred made me cringe. Bytwerk provides a wonderful website as a supplement to this book. It is an archive of translations of both Nazi and communist propaganda and is superb.
Rarranere
Research paper background.
Mavivasa
Fascinating book written by someone who is unaware of the anti-Semetic base line of German propaganda. Well documented but with this major flaw. Also ignores the Invasion of Poland while emphasizing the misinformation policy of the reporting of th war