War Propaganda and the United States

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INDEX
Aldrich, Winthrop, 103, 110
Aldridge, James, 307, 316
Allen, F. L., 40, 45, 89
Allen, Jay, 92
Alsop, Joseph, 70, 71
American Institute of Public Opinion, 42, 43, 90, 210, 282, 298, 323, 332, 339
Ameringer, Oscar, 121
Angell, Norman, 20, 71, 201, 210
Anti-Semitism, 36, 57, 120, 123, 132, 133, 135-138, 227, 244, 261, 351
Armstrong, H. F., 86
Atrocity Stories, 24-27, 29, 166-167, 169, 203, 204, 254, 270, 312, 314-316, 318
Auhagen, F. E., 249, 251
Aydelotte, Frank, 78, 83
Beard, Charles A., 115
Beek, J. M., 19, 28, 186, 187
Beller, Heinz, 248
Beneg, Eduard, 226
Bingham, Alfred, 127
Blum, L., 233
Bonnet, Georges, 237, 238
Books:
All Quiet on the Western Front, 117
American Stakes, The, 127
American White Paper, 70
Britain and France Between Two Wars, 188
British Blue Book, 180, 182, 183, 184, 187, 188, 189, 201, 237, 238, 344
British Case, The, 173, 174, 181, 183, 193, 199, 211
Conquering the Man in the Street, 247
Documentary Pre-History of War, A, 251, 253, 254, 255, 262
Egotism in German Philosophy, 85
Europe on the Eve, 55
Failure of a Mission, 182
First World War, The, 117
For What Do We Fight?, 201
French Yellow Book, 237, 238
Johnny Got His Gun, 117, 143
Ludendorff's Own Story, 3
Mein Kampf, 2, 194, 207, 246, 255, 262, 270
Propaganda for War, 284
Propaganda and the Next War, 119, 178, 179
Road to War, 90, 91, 92
Second World War, The, 200
Since Yesterday, 40, 89
These Eventful Years, 266
Unser Amerika, 249
Words That Won the War, 9
Borah, W. E., 118, 121
Bourbon, de, Princess M., 105, 106
Boyer, Charles, 231, 232
Breckinridge, Henry, 330
British Library of Information, 218, 229, 230
Bryce, Lord, 25, 26
Bullard, R. E., 102, 110
Bullitt, William, 55, 112, 258, 259, 261, 262

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Illustrations v
  • Acknowledgments vi
  • Introduction vii
  • War Propaganda and the United States 1
  • Chapter II - The Greatest Neutral 39
  • Chapter III - "The British Are Coming!" 113
  • Chapter IV - Inside the Word Factories 153
  • Chapter V - England Expects 171
  • Chapter VI - Expeditionary Force 217
  • Chapter VII - Germany Hopes 240
  • Chapter VIII - Modern Improvements 265
  • Chapter IX - Finland Vs. Russia 282
  • Chapter X - Midstream 325
  • Index 357
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