PROPAGANDA: Heavy Blows

PROPAGANDA Heavy Blows

World War II entered its fourth week and still the fiercest offensives between the Allies and Germany were on psychological rather than physical fronts. Propaganda ministries in London, Paris and Berlin worked overtime to deliver smashing blows at their enemy's popular morale.

Blow of the week was struck by the British, who put out a story which, if widely circulated in Germany, might do more than 100 Allied divisions to put skids under A. Hitler & Co.

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