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  1. Nazi Propaganda Historical Perspective

  2. 1915 World War I & the Birth of Modern Propaganda Timeline

  3. 1931 “National Socialism Germany’s Future!” Timeline

  4. 1932 Campaign poster “Work, Freedom, Bread!” Timeline

  5. 1932 Election Poster: “Men! Women!Millions of Men without Work. Millions of Children without a Future. Save the German family.” Timeline

  6. 1934 Poster “Yes! Fuhrer, We Will Follow You!” Timeline

  7. Advertisement for “people’s receiver” ca. 1936 ” Every National Comrade a Radio Listener!” Timeline

  8. 1937 Poster “You, Too, Belong to the Fuhrer.” Timeline

  9. 1938 Poster advertising “The God of the Stadium” Timeline

  10. 1938 Poster of ballot marked “Yes !” Reunification of Austria Timeline

  11. 1939 Poster “Victory over Versailles” Documentary Film Timeline

  12. 1940 DerSturmer March 1940 Timeline

  13. Poster “Behind the Enemy Powers: the Jew” ca. 1942 Timeline

  14. 1943 Poster “Victory or Bolshevism” Timeline

  15. 1944 Theresienstadt ghetto drawing (Red Cross visit 1944) Timeline

  16. 1945: Eisenhower at Ohrdruf “The things I saw beggar description...The visual evidence and the verbal testimony of starvation, cruelty and bestiality were...overpowering...I made the visit deliberately in order to be in a position to give first-hand evidence of these things if ever, in the future, there develops a tendency to charge these allegations merely to ‘propaganda.’” Timeline

  17. 1946Julius Streicheron trial at Nuremberg Timeline

  18. Resources Bachrach, Susan and Luckert, Steven. State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Washington, DC. 2009.