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Received 38/50 which is 76% so a low distinction. Title: Nazi Germany and Britain’s use of film during World War II to promote respective war efforts

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Nazi propaganda films Film genres Films Cinema of Germany Nazi propaganda Racism Propaganda Nazism and cinema Joseph Goebbels War film Heimkehr Deutsche Zeichentrickfilme G.m.b.H
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Nazi propaganda films Film genres Films Cinema of Germany Nazi propaganda Racism Propaganda Nazism and cinema Joseph Goebbels War film Heimkehr Deutsche Zeichentrickfilme G.m.b.H
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The following analysis will examine the varying techniques of the Nazi German and Great Britain in utilising film as an instrument of propaganda that can influence and shape the opinions of the public. In doing so this essay will argue that during the Second World War the respective nations war efforts were promoted through the utilization of propaganda in film. The analysis will firstly examine Nazi Germany’s use of film to promote warfare within the general population. In doing so the essay will look at how the Nazi’s Ministry of Propaganda controlled the film industry, the analysis will then explore how nationalism and Nazi ideologies have infiltrated messages of propaganda and persuasion into film and attempted t...
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