pdf GREAT WAR, FLAWED PEACE, AND THE LASTING LEGACY OF WORLD WAR I

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GREAT WAR, FLAWED PEACE, AND THE LASTING LEGACY OF WORLD WAR I

The purpose of this lesson is to help students understand the purpose of propaganda and how governments successfully used propaganda during World War I. This lesson will also ask students to compare how the belligerent nations (and the United States in particular) depicted their enemies and mobilized their respective populations to fight the war.

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