State of deception : the power of Nazi propaganda
Call Number943.085 U58s
Statement of Responsibility[Steven Luckert and Susan Bachrach].
Summary"State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda reveals how, in the 1920s and 1930s, the Nazi Party used posters, newspapers, rallies, and the new technologies of radio and film to sway millions with its vision for a new Germany. This volume, based on the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's groundbreaking exhibition, presents an array of rare posters, photographs, and historical artifacts to document the strategies and messages Nazis used to achieve their goals... The Nazis were skilled propagandists, but they were hardly the first or the last. Disseminators of intolerance and hate in this age of instant electronic communication have new tools while, at the same time, members of the public seem less able to cope with the vast amounts of information bombarding them daily. A deeper understanding of the complexities of the past may help us respond more effectively to biased messages and propaganda campaigns in today's era of Holocaust denial, resurgent antisemitism, and genocide." —Book jacket
- Propaganda for votes and power
- Power and persuasion in the racial state
- Propaganda for war and mass murder
- Propaganda on trial
Physical Description xi, 194 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 32 cm
PublisherWashington, D.C. : United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
DistributorNew York : W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.
- Author names from jacket cover
- "This book is published in conjunction with the exhibition State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C., January 2009–October 2011" —Title page verso
- Includes bibliographical references (pages –188) and index