German Propaganda and U. S. Neutrality in World War I

Un libro in lingua di Fulwider Chad R. edito da Univ of Missouri Pr, 2016

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In the fading evening light of August 4, 1914, Great Britain’s H.M.S. Telconiaset off on a mission to sever the five transatlantic cables linking Germany and the United States. Thus Britain launched its first attack of World War I and simultaneously commenced what became the war’s most decisive battle: the battle for American public opinion.

In this revealing study, Chad Fulwider analyzes the efforts undertaken by German organizations, including the German Foreign Ministry, to keep the United States out of the war. Utilizing archival records, newspapers, and “official” propaganda, the book also assesses the cultural impact of Germany’s political mission within the United States and comments upon the perception of American life in Europe during the early twentieth century.

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