World War I and Propaganda Poster Art: Comparing the United States and German Cases

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Kaminski, Joseph Jon;
(2014)
  • Publisher: International University of Sarajevo
  • Journal: Epiphany Journal of Transdiciplinary Studies (issn: 2303-6850, eissn: 1840-3719)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.21533/epiphany.v7i2.104
  • Subject: Theodor Adorno | A | Germany | World War I | United States | Immanuel Kant | Propaganda Art | History | Propaganda Art; Uncle Sam; social mobilization; United States; Germany; World War I; Aesthetic Theory; Theodor Adorno; Immanuel Kant | Aesthetic Theory | Uncle Sam | social mobilization | General Works

      This paper looks at some similarities and differences between propaganda art used by Germany and the United States during World War I.  The first section briefly looks at aesthetic theory and addresses the philosophical question of whether war propaganda posters a... View more
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