The Duke slapped the propaganda man on the arm, a signal that the message had top priority to be put out immediately, then continued across the room.
"My propaganda corps is one of the finest," the Duke said.
"I’ve seen the propaganda you’ve flooded into sietch and village," Kynes said.
He recognized a propaganda corpsman, stopped to give him a message that could be relayed to the men through channels: those who had brought their women would want to know the women were safe and where they could be found.
There are no more uses of "propaganda" in the book.
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There is no free press in that country — just government-approved propaganda.
typical Iranian propaganda that blames foreigners for every evil