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115: May 2019

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CANCELLED 'Propaganda and Reportage' with Mike Coyle

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MIKE COYLE  - “PROPOGANDA & REPORTAGE” Propaganda & Reportage The way that the war was reported, the people, the events, the facts, censorship, political control and more especially the way that reported stories were received at home, were not just for immediate consumption, they laid down the basis for social and historical research. Yet…


Mr Standfast by John Buchan

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Whilst John Buchan was not a combatant in the Great War, he was a significant figure in the nascent business of propaganda. In 1917 Buchan was appointed director the newly created Dept. of Information and subsequently was director of intelligence in the fully-fledged Ministry of Information. Concomitant with undertaking these roles, Buchan wrote Mr…


Ep. 158 - The German Zeppelin Offensive and Propaganda – David Marks

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David Marks talks about his recent book on the German Zeppelin Offensive as documented in propaganda, postcards and pictures. This has been published by Pen & Sword.


Online Zoom Meeting -Propaganda and Reportage: how the press reported the War and how the News was received at home by Mike Coyle

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Propaganda and Reportage: how the press reported the War and how the News was received at home by Mike Coyle Mike will examine an interesting but often neglected aspect of the war: Propaganda and Reportage: how the press reported the war and how the news was received at home. He will look local and national reporting of battles, people and events…


ONLINE 'Propaganda is not a dirty word!' by Clive Harris

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Online talks: These talks start at 19:45 (for 20:00) and end about 21:00. Participating is quick and easy. The only equipment you need is either a computer, or a tablet, or a smart phone. Simply email us - wfa.nwkent@gmail.com - and we'll get you a link for the next video meeting. We'll also automatically add you to the branch mailing list to keep …