Sketch 10/09/15

Washington State University’s digital archive has been extremely helpful as I research and learn about my topic.  It offers an extensive collection of information on and examples of propaganda published during WWII, which is the topic of my choice.  Unlike many of the other databases that I have explored, WSU offers a wide variety of propaganda published by the allied forces and the axis powers.  The large selection of images has enabled me to compare and contrast different countries propaganda.  Some questions have arisen from this process such as “How effective were the different types of propaganda at influencing the public?” and “Was one power’s propaganda more influential than the other?”.   These questions have helped shape the focus of my research and specific topic.

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