Nazi Propaganda for the Arab World

  title={Nazi Propaganda for the Arab World},
  author={Jeffrey Herf},
  • J. Herf
  • Published 30 November 2009
  • Sociology
Jeffrey Herf, a leading scholar in the field, offers the most extensive examination to date of Nazi propaganda activities targeting Arabs and Muslims in the Middle East during World War II and the Holocaust. He draws extensively on previously unused and little-known archival resources, including the shocking transcriptions of the 'Axis Broadcasts in Arabic' radio programmes, which convey a strongly anti-Semitic message. Herf explores the intellectual, political, and cultural context in which… 
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