PROPAGANDA: White Paper, Black Deeds

Up to snuff are Great Britain's methods of putting her cause in its best light to the rest of the world. While the Germans stumble around with the horse-&-buggy propaganda technique of simple name-calling (Britain's diplomacy is "perfidious"; Churchill a "warmonger"), the British have developed a streamlined method which generally appears merely to put the clear eye of psychology on their foes. The British have so far branded Mr. Hitler nothing much worse than an interesting nut, the Germans as the victims of mass delusion. Last week the German and British methods met head on, to the former's disadvantage.

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