By nene17
  • Jan 1, 1000

    Ancient Greece

    Propaganda has been traced as far back as Ancient Greece. The time period is from the 8th century B.C. to the 6th century A.D.
  • Mar 20, 1450

    Invention of Printing Press

    "Gutenberg took some existing technologies and some of his own inventions to come up with the printing press in the year 1450." Before the printing press, "the majority of propaganda was spread by mouth." However, when the printing press was invented, it was possible for propaganda to be quickly and easily produced for usage. Therefore, the invention of the printing press was a huge cause for the evolution of propaganda.
  • "Jewish Virtues According to Gail's Methods"

    "Jewish Virtues According to Gall's Methods" is a propaganda poster created by a French anti-Semitism that was published in La Libre Parole on December 23, 1893. It's a poster that clearly loves the idea of anti-Jews, and it shows the negative side of the usage of propaganda.
  • WWI

    Due to World War 1 (September 15, 1914- September 29 1918,) there became an evolution to propaganda usage. It was used by the United States of America as well as several other countries to enforce soldiers. They would post up posters that is very patriotic, and several broadcast were on the radio. For example, Uncle Sam is a propaganda feature for the enforcement of soldiers, and the President of the United States encouraged young and strong men to volunteer for the war.
  • World War 1

    In 1917, World War 1 started. There was a huge usage of propaganda posters, and broadcast, and it was very useful. It was use for anywhere from the recruitment of soldiers to encourage the citizens of the country to be strong. "The war established the power of propaganda to manipulate public opinion."
  • The Effect of Russian Revolution towards Propaganda

    The Russian Revolution occurred in 1917, and Nazis continued to blame Jews for several wrong things. Therefore, there were propaganda posters created to blame Jews for a promotion of "Bolshevikism, a form of communism."
  • Propaganda in Advertisement and Campaigns

    "After the war had ended, part of the Committee on Public Information's massive work force carried their new propaganda skills over into advertising and political campaigning."
  • Herbert Hoover

    On 1928, the United States of America had a Presidential Election with Herbert Hoover as a runner. Hoover used a propaganda poster as a way to increase his votes. In his poster, it "depicted the American dream as a house and a car in a seemingly idyllic suburban neighborhood."
  • Nazis' Usage of Propaganda

    In the year 1932, the Nazis Party used propaganda posters to persuade their audience that they were positive and innocent, and Germans should agree with their viewpoints.
  • "Ten Commandments of Propaganda"

    In the late 1930's, several people felt that propaganda may be dangerous. Therefore, in 1937, the Institute for Propaganda Analysis in New York created the "Ten Commandments for Propaganda," the ten strategy of the propagandist.
  • The Dark Side of Propaganda Used by Nazis

    In 1937, the Nazis created a film called " Der ewige Jude (The Eternal Jew), a Nazi propaganda film that was an unrelenting assault on Jews." This film caused the creation of an extremely "destructive propaganda" poster. This is the dark of the creation of propaganda.
  • Nazis' Traditional Artwork

    On July 1937, the Nazis decided to "confiscated all the art from German museums and artists that they thought was 'degenerate,'" and throw a free exhibition for the "true" and traditional artwork that will be shown throughout Germany.
  • The Fine Art of Propaganda

    "In 1939, the Institute published a volume, The Fine Art of Propaganda, in which the fiercely anti-Semitic speeches of Reverend Charles Coughlin were analyzed using these seven identified devices. The same methodology could be applied to texts as varied as the speeches and writings of Nazi leaders to the statements in textbooks published in Germany in the 1930s and 1940s."
  • World War 2

    World War 2 is another cause of the evolution of propaganda. The war started on September 1, 1939, and lasted until April of 1945. Hitler was a huge propagandist. He spread the usage of propaganda from simply speaking influentially to large groups of crowd, and the usage of posters was spread rapidly.
  • Definition of Propaganda

    Propaganda is the persuasive advertisement that is made to change the publics' opinion or point of view to follow the advertisement's opinion.