Nico Zijlstra Posted March 5, 2004 Share Posted March 5, 2004 History, Art and Social Sciences can work together in projects and lessons on propaganda in the 20th Century. Rich collections of posters have been preserved from WW1 and WW2. After 1950 other means of masscommunication took over and we find only few examples of propagandaposters in the Cold War. Here are some useful links: An international propagandaposter-project based on understanding and analysing propaganda-techniques is the Propaganda Project Sintermeerten. This site also offers links to several propaganda-sites. Lessons on propaganda can be found in The Dutch Royal Library. This site has an English and a Dutch version available. The BBC has some interesting examples on Nazi Propaganda. Interested? Please mail me. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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