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    Graphic Arts and Advertising as War Propaganda

    Aulich, J (2014) Graphic Arts and Advertising as War Propaganda. 1914-1918 online: International Encyclopedia of the First World War.

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    This article discusses the close relationships between national governments, advertising trades and print media industries and assesses their significance for liberal democracy and national identity in the context of the First World War. It examines the connections between pictorial advertising, propaganda and publicity in a series of subsections dealing with the patriotic poster and war aims, the status of the graphic artist, war as a marketing ploy and the role of the visual in black and atrocity propaganda.

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