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Title: Show the War. Illustrated Press – between propaganda and a photo report
Other Titles: Montrer la guerre. La presse illustrée entre propagande et reportage photographique
Authors: Baldner, Jean Marie
Keywords: MIH
digital module
Módulo digital
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: UPEC - University of East Paris Créteil - IUFM
Abstract: World War I (WWI) is considered as the first modern war because of the use of new weapons and massive violence. Illustrated press, especially L’Illustration and Le Miroir, which applied “brainwashing” tactics during the first months of WWI in order to present the enemies as devils, offered realistic documentation, even if sometimes it served some prearranged purposes. Illustrated press published official military photographs and amateur photographs in order to show war conditions to the readers.
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