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Description - Propaganda Kompanien by Nicolas Ferard

The Propagandakompanien, the German propaganda companies, were the primary method of communication of the Third Reich. The soldiers of the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS were the eyes and ears of the Ministry of Propaganda who relied upon them to transform the reality of victories into defeats. While their photographs and their films are known, nothing has been written about the people behind the cameras, all the technicians associated with the propaganda machine. This first volume presents the implementation of this psychological weapon, from an organizational point of view, technical and human. With extensive documentation, the Wehrmacht propaganda companies are presented with a particular focus on 6 Pk. of the Luftwaffe. Finally, thanks to the testimony of reporters the author details the campaigns in Poland, Norway, France and the beginning of the Russian campaign. THIS BOOK IS IN ENGLISH.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9782352503361
ISBN-10: 2352503361
Format: Hardback
(230mm x 310mm x mm)
Pages: 300
Imprint: Histoire & Collections
Publisher: Histoire & Collections
Publish Date: 28-Mar-2014
Country of Publication: France

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Author Biography - Nicolas Ferard

For his first book, Nicolas Ferard reveals a decade of research on the topic of German reporters and WWII Correspondence, with descendants of members of Propagandakompanien allowing him to build a framework on this subject which is still largely unknown in France.