ACTIVITY OF THE UNITED STATES OFFI CE OF WAR INFORMATION 1941-1945
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ACTIVITY OF THE UNITED STATES OFFI CE OF WAR INFORMATION 1941-1945
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The article is devoted to the making and evolution of propaganda in United States during the Second World War. The activity of the United States Offi ce of War Information and a role of a media and a cinema in propaganda are considered.
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SECOND WORLD WAR, THE UNITED STATES OFFI CE OF WAR INFORMATION, PROPAGANDA
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