Propaganda by short wave, edited by Harwood L. Childs and John B. Whitton.

; Whitton, John Boardman, 1892- editor
London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1942.

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Other Authors Whitton, John Boardman, 1892-
Subjects Propaganda.
Radio broadcasting.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Propaganda.
Description 2 preliminary leaves, [vii]-xii, 355 pages including tables, diagrams 24 cm
Copyright Date 1942.
1942.
Contents Radio in international politics, by J.B. Whitton and J.H. Herz. -- The theory and strategy of Nazi short-wave propaganda, by P.E. Jacob. -- Britain speaks, by Daniel Katz. -- The structure of Rome short-wave broadcasts to North America, by Bruno Foa. -- Paris-mondial, by Arturo Mathieu. -- Atrocity propaganda, by P.E. Jacob. -- Techniques of of persuasion, by Edrita Fried. -- America's short-wave audience, by H.L. Childs.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2791891
(OCoLC)ocm02791891
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WorldCat Identities Childs, Harwood L. 1898-1972,
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