Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives
This guide highlights the collections contained in the Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives which contain material useful in the study of military propaganda.
The material illustrates many of the aspects of the theory and practice of military propaganda, with examples covering the types of propaganda aimed at both enemy and home troops and civilians, including items relating to World Wars One and Two and the Anglo-Irish War, 1921. Subjects covered include the general theory of propaganda, including methods of distribution, subversion of enemy troops and civilians and counter propaganda, and propaganda techniques. The documents include leaflets, newspaper articles, transcripts of radio broadcasts, and examples of sibs or rumours and 'black' propaganda - which never betrayed its origins.
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