The National Propaganda Collection, 1933-1947 (bulk 1937-1940), documents English-language propaganda directed towards the
United States in the years before, during, and after World War II. The records consist of pamphlets and booklets produced
by or on behalf of Italy, Japan, Poland, and the Palestinians. Also included are three issues from 1936 of
America's Town Meeting of the Air, an American periodical that published transcripts of a radio program in which social and political issues were discussed.
This collection is arranged into a single series: Series I. National Propaganda (1933-1947).
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