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Propaganda means used in war played a great role in contribution to the war efforts in World War II.

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Integrated Humanities Pilot Programme Major Research Paper - War Group members: * Erik Widjaja (9) * Samuel Ravi Choudhury (22) Class: 2H Academic Information Slant: Literature Mentor: Miss Foo Yang Yann Research Area World War II Topic / Title Different Propaganda Means in World War II Hypothesis Propaganda means used in war played a great role in contribution to the war efforts in World War II. Primary Text / Sources Chaplin's (1940) movie- "The Great Dictator" Almanac Singer's (1942) song- "Round and Round Hitler's Grave" Clampett's (1942) cartoon- "Any Bonds Today" Smith's (1942) propaganda poster about war bonds Date of submission: 29th August 2003 Table of Contents 1. Introduction a. General Background b. Rationale of Research c. Research Questions d. Scope of Research e. Limitations of Research 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4. Results & Analysis 5. Conclusion a. Has our research proved our hypothesis correct / wrong? b. Questions for further research 6. Bibliography a. Books b. Websites c. References d. Acknowledgements 7. Appendices 1. Introduction a) General Background We know that propaganda used in war had effects on the outcome of the war from GCSE Modern World History second edition that propaganda means used in war had contributed to the war efforts which directly affected the outcome of the war. Many propaganda means such as movies and songs flourished during this era and even until today. b) Rationale of Research Our paper aims to show how the propaganda means helped to contribute to the war effort by "blinding" the civilians from facts, so that they would continue to support the government in their war efforts and not lose poise in the war. ...read more.

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b. Questions for further research 1) Why did poems lose popularity as a form of propaganda means in World War 2? 2) How did movies gain popularity as propaganda means in the war? 3) Why were Audio Aids more effective than Audio-Visual Aids in the war as a propaganda tool? 6. Bibliography a) Books: Lowe, Norman (1997) Mastering Modern World History third edition. New York: Palgrave Publishers Ltd Tate, Nicholas (1999) A History of the Modern World 1917-1952 fifth edition. Singapore: Federal Publications Pte Ltd Walsh, Ben (2002) GCSE Modern World History second edition. London: John Murray Publisher's Ltd b) Websites: http://www.graham.day.dsl.pipex.com/ww2001.htm http://www.apcpapercollect.com/propaganda.htm http://www.hitler.org/speeches/ http://www.hitler.org/writings/programme/ http://www.earthstation1.com/Tokyo_Rose.html http://www.playwinningpoker.com/articles/mz/war1.html http://www.warfoto.com/entertain.htm http://lcweb.loc.gov/exhibits/bobhope/uso.html http://www.nauticom.net/www/harts/homefront.html http://www.a2zcds.com/cds/history/world_war_2.htm http://www.ingeb.org/WWII.html http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa/ww2era.htm http://www.archives.ca/05/0534/053402_e.html http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/presidents/32_f_roosevelt/psources/#a http://www.42explore.com/worldwar2.htm http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~hansenb2/materialsWW2.pdf http://www.historyguy.com/day_of_infamy.html http://journals2.iranscience.net:800/www.internet-magazine.com/tesla.liketelevision.com/default.htm http://members.home.nl/ww2propaganda/index.html http://www.virtualology.com/virtualwarmuseum.com/hallofworldwarii/ http://www.oldeagle.nu/post/ http://www.hitler.org/speeches/ http://www.hitler.org/writings/programme/ http://www.archives.gov/exhibit_hall/powers_of_persuasion/audio/pres_roosevelts_address.wav http://www.archives.gov/exhibit_hall/powers_of_persuasion/powers_of_persuasion_home.html http://home.nc.rr.com/tuco/looney/lists/war.html http://www.teacheroz.com/WWIIpropaganda.htm http://members.aol.com/FenixFlyte/chaplin.html http://propaganda.ww2.klup.info/ http://www.graham.day.dsl.pipex.com/ww2001.htm http://www.apcpapercollect.com/propaganda.htm http://www.hitler.org/speeches/ http://www.hitler.org/writings/programme/ http://www.earthstation1.com/Tokyo_Rose.html http://www.playwinningpoker.com/articles/mz/war1.html http://www.warfoto.com/entertain.htm http://lcweb.loc.gov/exhibits/bobhope/uso.html http://www.nauticom.net/www/harts/homefront.html http://www.a2zcds.com/cds/history/world_war_2.htm http://www.ingeb.org/WWII.html http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa/ww2era.htm http://www.archives.ca/05/0534/053402_e.html http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/presidents/32_f_roosevelt/psources/#a http://www.42explore.com/worldwar2.htm http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~hansenb2/materialsWW2.pdf http://www.historyguy.com/day_of_infamy.html http://journals2.iranscience.net:800/www.internet-magazine.com/tesla.liketelevision.com/default.htm http://members.home.nl/ww2propaganda/index.html http://www.virtualology.com/virtualwarmuseum.com/hallofworldwarii/ http://tesla.liketelevision.com/liketelevision/tuner.php?channel=608&format=tv&theme=guide http://tesla.liketelevision.com/liketelevision/vip/alacart.php?channel=687&p=5&theme=guide http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC/FilmonVideoVid.html http://www.bcdb.com/bcdb/detailed.cgi?filmtml3&p=s http://looney.toonzone.net/miscelooneyous/tvtitles/tvtitles1.html http://www.kidscastle.si.edu/channels/history/articles/historyarticle22.html http://www.smithsonianmag.si.edu/smithsonian/issues02/feb02/war_bonds.html http://www.archives.gov/exhibit_hall/powers_of_persuasion/word_document/bugs_bunny_video_description.txt http://wso.williams.edu/~dgerstei/chaplin/nazi.html http://www.splicedonline.com/95andbefore/chaplin1_dvd.html http://www.aicgs.org/resources/daad/1995010.shtml c) Acknowledgements: Many thanks to our mentor Miss Foo Yang Yann for helping us out in many areas of our paper. d) References: Clown Ministry (2003). Text of Charlie Chaplin's speech from The Great Dictator, aka "Look up, Hannah". http://www.clown-ministry.com/Articles/Poetry/chaplin-great-dictator.html, last accessed 7 Aug 2003. Florit, Luis A. (2003). The Speech of The Great Dictator. http://w3.impa.br/~luis/chaplin.html, last accessed 7 Aug 2003. Geer, Goopy (2003). Goopy Geer's Rare Cartoons Page - War Cartoons. http://members.fortunecity.com/goopygeer2/, last accessed 7 Aug 2003. Helfert, Manfred (2003). Round And Round Hitler's Grave (Woody Guthrie/Millard Lampell/Pete Seeger). http://www.geocities.com/Nashville/3448/round.html, last accessed 7 Aug 2003. National Archives and Records Administration (2003). NARA | Exhibit Hall | Exhibit Hall Main Page. ...read more.

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Look up! 4. Name: 'Any Bond Today' Director: Robert Clampett Studio: Warner Brothers Actor: Bugs Bunny & Porky Pig (Minor Role) BUGS BUNNY SONG (With carrot) The tall man with the high hat And a whiskers on his chin. Will soon be knocking at your door And you ought to be in (Bugs wears a patriotic red and white striped top hat with a band of blue and white stars that he waves and tosses off stage left.) The tall man with the high hat will be coming down your way You will save yourself, when you hear him shout, Any Bonds Today Come on and scrape folks Come on and skip outside and scrape (Throws blue Bonds Paper) (Song) Any Bonds Today Bonds of freedom That's what I'm selling Any bonds today? Scrape up the most you can Here comes the freedom man Asking you to buy a share of freedom today (Elmer Fudd and Porky Pig, in Army and Navy uniforms, join Bugs onstage. The trio dances and sings in front of a backdrop showing a combat scene with ships and planes.) Any stamps today? We'll be blest If we all invest In the U.S.A. Sammy. My Uncle Sammy Here comes the freedom man (Elmer Fudd - Army) Can't make tomorrow's plan (Porky Pig - Navy) Not unless you buy a share of freedom today" Any Stamp, Any Bonds, Today ... As the song ends with a musical flourish, the cartoon fades to gold background with a Minute Man on the left and the slogan "For Defence Buy United States Savings Bonds and Stamps." 5. Taken From: 'Any Bonds Today' Type: Poster 6. Taken From: 'Any Bonds Today' Type: Painting Name: Spirit of '76 Artist: Archibald McNeal Willard 1 ...read more.

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