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Propaganda Posters of the First World War Propaganda • One sided information intended to convince or cause an audience to take specific action • Often employs emotional content (very often uses fear) rather than objective information • Often uses visual information to convey meaning • Examples in our lives include product and lifestyle advertising, political advertising Propaganda Analysis • What is the main message of the propaganda? • Who is the intended audience? • What emotions are being appealed to? • For posters, what visual details contribute to the message?