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Yes, but I think you got it the wrong way around: They all knew that there was an office of propaganda. It was literally broadcast on the only radio channel. It was their name and totally normal. But back then "Propaganda" did not have the negative connotations it has today. If you look at the word itself, "to propagate" there is nothing negative about it. ...


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The Reichspropagandalleitung (RPL) was not a state agency but an organization of the NSDAP and was officially independent of the Reich Ministry of Propaganda. The main task of the RPL was to monitor, coordinate and unify the propaganda of the NSDAP, its branches and affiliated associations. Its special focus was on broadcasting. And of course the people ...


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