How Did Hitler Use Propaganda?

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Propaganda is persuading others that your side of the story is correct. Hitler persuaded others that his military was too great to be challenged and his political might was too popular to challenge. He also ensured that nobody in Germany could read or see anything that was hostile or damaging to the Nazi Party.
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He used it in posters, radio, film. No form of media was off limits. He used to create support for the war and hysteria against the Jews.
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Hitler used propaganda to convince Germans that Jewish people were ugly, evil, traitors, and that they were ultimately to blame for Germany's loss in WWI. Through propaganda, Hitler
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They used propaganda through primarily the radio, posters and film shows.
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I think two of Hitler’s own quotes sum it up nicely. 1. If you tell a lie often enough, and loud enough, people will believe it. 2. The bigger the lie, the easier it is to get
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Hitler used propaganda to control and inspire his people, especially the youth. Some of the propaganda he used included his portrayal as a father figure; promoting his extinguished dissent including the use of special programs to keep guys occupied. This drew so much admiration and support, since the public had been brainwashed and could be exploited for his selfish goals.
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