Presenter Information

Lindsey Schiager, Sunset High School

Start Date

2-5-2013 9:00 AM

End Date

2-5-2013 10:15 AM

Description

This Internal Assessment investigates how propaganda in the media influenced Nazi Germany's development as a single party state. It reviews Adolf Hitler's background and role in the development of a propaganda ministry as well as Joseg Goebbels, the man who created the propaganda itself. Single party states use propaganda to increase and spread the popularity of the party. There is also a focus on propaganda techniques, such as bright colors to draw a viewer in, and the different propaganda outlets a citizen would have been exposed to. In this investigation, propaganda was found to have positively affected Germany's rise as a single party state, as people viewed it frequently and through many different outlets every day.

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http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/9465

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How did the use of propaganda affect the development of Nazi Germany as a single-party state?

This Internal Assessment investigates how propaganda in the media influenced Nazi Germany's development as a single party state. It reviews Adolf Hitler's background and role in the development of a propaganda ministry as well as Joseg Goebbels, the man who created the propaganda itself. Single party states use propaganda to increase and spread the popularity of the party. There is also a focus on propaganda techniques, such as bright colors to draw a viewer in, and the different propaganda outlets a citizen would have been exposed to. In this investigation, propaganda was found to have positively affected Germany's rise as a single party state, as people viewed it frequently and through many different outlets every day.