Propaganda text! from Nazi news reporting on the back of the picture: 'From an armchair in a big city - 'war reporter'. One of the most striking characteristics of the Axis powers and their allies is the love of truth; only those matters are reported, what has been confirmed beyond a doubt, what has been personally experienced. The most eminent example is the careful phrasing of the Wehrmachtsbericht (daily radio armed forces report). From this characteristic developed the PK reporter (reporter of a propaganda unit), who experiences the events of war fighting himself, before reporting about th

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Propaganda text! from Nazi news reporting on the back of the picture: 'From an armchair in a big city - 'war reporter'. One of the most striking characteristics of the Axis powers and their allies is the love of truth; only those matters are reported, what has been confirmed beyond a doubt, what has been personally experienced. The most eminent example is the careful phrasing of the Wehrmachtsbericht (daily radio armed forces report). From this characteristic developed the PK reporter (reporter of a propaganda unit), who experiences the events of war fighting himself, before reporting about th
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Propaganda text! from Nazi news reporting on the back of the picture: 'From an armchair in a big city - 'war reporter'. One of the most striking characteristics of the Axis powers and their allies is the love of truth; only those matters are reported, what has been confirmed beyond a doubt, what has been personally experienced. The most eminent example is the careful phrasing of the Wehrmachtsbericht (daily radio armed forces report). From this characteristic developed the PK reporter (reporter of a propaganda unit), who experiences the events of war fighting himself, before reporting about them. The enemies of the Axis powers treat war reports as tendentious depictions of the war, with the 'war reporters' being far away from the fighting, creating their reports in the chairs of the bars of big cities. One of many examples is Ilya Ehrenburg, the 52 year old press Jew, Stalin's first and most distinguished 'war reporter', who has never been in action at the front, yet knows how to write the most resounding 'war reports', which his race comrades in the camp of the enemies of the Axis powers use to direct the opinions of the people dominated by them.' Picture from the Eastern Front, 27 March 1943. (Flaws in quality due to the historic picture copy) Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE –

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