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propaganda
used in Unbroken - adapted for young adults

8 uses
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Definition
one-sided information that is purposefully spread to influence opinions — often misleading information of a political nature
  • A famous Olympian, criticizing America, would be a priceless propaganda tool.
    p. 191.3
propaganda = things said to influence opinion in particular way
  • Someone pointed out a ghoulish man and said it was Joseph Goebbels, Hitler's minister of propaganda.
    p. 37.0
  • Postman Calls was a propaganda show, performed in English and broadcast to Allied troops to demoralize them.
    p. 186.8
  • The broadcasters were POWs known as "propaganda prisoners," usually working under threat of execution or beating.
    p. 186.9
  • Wary of being made into a propaganda prisoner, Louie wouldn't commit.
    p. 186.9
  • A colleague was listening to Japanese broadcasts and typing them up for review by propaganda analysts.
    p. 187.4
  • They introduced him to three propaganda prisoners.
    p. 191.2
  • The entire thing had been staged for propaganda.
    p. 194.8
propaganda = one-sided information that is purposefully spread to influence opinions
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