Monday, January 17, 2011

Prop Two

Even more from the Propaganda files:

In commemoration of the Blitz, the London Transport Museum screens newsreels, documentaries and feature film clips used for propagandistic purposes during World War II.

A new art exhibit in Moscow features state-commissioned art from North Korea, but the entries tread a fine line between art and propaganda.

Emerging markets adopt "financial propaganda" to promote their currency.

South Korea dismisses North Korea's offer for unconditional talks as propaganda and not a serious attempt at bilateral dialogue.

And, just because, this link.

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