Nazi Propaganda and the Second World War

  title={Nazi Propaganda and the Second World War},
  author={Aristotle Kallis},
Introduction Propaganda, 'Co-ordination' and 'Centralisation': The Goebbels Network in Search of a Total Empire 'Polyocracy' versus 'Centralisation': The Multiple 'Networks' of NS Propaganda The Discourses of NS Propaganda: Long-term Employment and Short-term Justification From 'Short Campaign' to 'Gigantic Confrontation': NS Propaganda and the Justification of War, 1939-1941 From Triumph to Disaster: NS Propaganda from the Launch of 'Barbarossa' until Stalingrad National Socialist Propaganda… 
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