Got it wrong on the test
if World War One, posters were prevalent in Britain and Germany because they could target at any audience
but in Britain it targeted the ordinary citizen, in Germany it targeted the intellectual
propaganda was a way of providing the idealist projection of a certain view for example the government. it often lied to get a point across.
Option: C. Posters
Posters were the most prevalent propaganda media form because they communicated with people in history. Posters were put in the streets, shops, and public buildings where people can read it freely. The posters were able to spread ideologies and inspire people. Propaganda was used to spread information in support of a cause, especially during World Wars. Posters helped people to get together for support, boost morale and urge action.
The correct answer is C) posters.
The most prevalent propaganda media form was posters.
During World War 1 and World War II, but mostly in WWII, the United States government designed propaganda campaigns to invite American citizens to support the war effort. It mostly used posters to communicate with people and ask them their support. It was an effective way to share political ideas and spread its version of the war.
The most prevalent propaganda media form is option C. Posters.
Posters were undoubtedly the most prevalent form of propaganda during both World War I and World War II. All the belligerent nations used propaganda posters during the world wars, with notable examples coming from Nazi Germany, the U.S., and the Soviet Union. Several posters were designed to either promote morale/nationalism or demonize the enemy.
- which are false magazines that spread and try to sell you fake stuff
i think the answer is: cuba wanted to be independent from spain, and the u.s. wanted to end spanish rule in the west.
-lavira : )