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WW1 Propaganda From Central Powers. Propagandas…. Justify involvement Produce men, money and resources to sustain the military campaign. . PROPAGANDA IN WORLD WAR 1. Government: Make people know what they wanted. Think in the same way. Central Powers (Triple Alliance).

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propagandas
Propagandas…
  • Justify involvement
  • Produce men, money and resources to sustain the military campaign.
propaganda in world war 1
PROPAGANDA IN WORLD WAR 1.

Government:

  • Make people know what they wanted.
  • Think in the same way
w n hodgson 1893 1916 before action
W.N.Hodgson (1893-1916) "Before Action"
  • By all the glories of the day
  •   And the cool evening's benison,By that last sunset touch that lay  Upon the hills where day was done,By beauty lavisghly outpoured  And blessings carelessly received,By all the days that I have lived  Make me a solider, Lord.By all of man's hopes and fears,  And all the wonders poets sing,The laughter of unclouded years,  And every sad and lovely thing;By the romantic ages stored  With high endeavor that was his,By all his mad catastrophes  Make me a man, O Lord.I, that on my familiar hill  Saw with uncomprehending eyesA hundred of Thy sunsets spill  Their fresh and sanguine sacrifice,Ere the sun swings his noonday sword  Must say goodbye to all of this;--By all delights that I shall miss,  Help me to die, O Lord.
work cited
Work Cited
  • http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1914warpoets.html
  • http://historyarchive.whitetree.ca/images/article0025_01.gif
  • http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/FWWtriple.htm
  • http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/propaganda_and_world_war_one.htm