Response To The Power To Propaganda Farmington High And English Research

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"Alexander the Great was one of history's earliest propagandists," writes Matt Labash in a historical overview of military propaganda techniques through the ages, published in the conservative Weekly Standard. He lists examples, some humorous, of psychological ploys used by American, British and Nazi warriors.
The word “propaganda” comes from the Vatican.  The phrase “congregatio de propaganda fide” (The congregation for the propagation of the faith) was used to support the catholic faith in response to the Protestant Reformation (Labash, 5).  Propaganda is everywhere and has been around for a long time.  Every newspaper, magazine, news channel, radio station, advertisement, or any other types of mass media contain elements of propaganda.  Propaganda is often given a negative connotation due to its history of power and control; as in the Hitler’s regime.
Wartime propaganda has been a major influence in many, if not all, of the major wars.  One of the first known uses of war propaganda was by Alexander the Great.  After being forced to retreat in a battle Alexander the Great realized that it would be a disadvantage to show he was weak and had to retreat.  He overcame this problem by using propaganda to intimidate the opposing army.  Alexander’s army made oversized armor and helmets and left them behind as they retreated.  His int...

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