Propaganda in Nazi Feature Films, Documentaries and Television
History Press 2012
Hardback 284pp Illustrated
9780752464428   Product Code: 17036
Ian Garden's study of how the Third Reich manipulated film production to bolster Nazi ideology reveals the ways in which cinema and television were used to arouse hostility to Germany's enemies. With objective analyses of key films such as The Emperor of California and Titanic, the book examines feature films with anti-British, anti-Semitic, anti-American and anti-Eastern European propaganda; nationalist and pro-Nazi propaganda; films purely for entertainment; and documentaries.