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Mein Kampf - Volume 1: Chapter 6, War Propaganda Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 6, War Propaganda Summary and Analysis

Hitler becomes interested in propaganda when he begins to study politics. He feels that the Socialist-Marxist organizations are experts in the use of propaganda. The correct use of propaganda can be very useful. During the war he feels that Germany's enemies are good at using propaganda by Germany does not engage in the process. The war is basically a means of struggle for the survival of the German people. Propaganda is a way to achieve this goal. When survival is the issue, then any means should be used to achieve the goal.

The American and English use propaganda to portray the Germans as barbarians. This prepares the soldiers and public for war and for defeats in battle and anything that happens because they expect it of Barbarians. This increases hatred of the enemy and fuels...

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