List of Illustrations Notes on Contributors. Acknowledgements Introduction: 'Opening Pandora's Box'. Propaganda and Persuasion in the Information Age David Welch The Great War 1. Propaganda, Memory and Identity: the battle of the Falkland Islands, December1914 Mark Connelly 2. Images of the Hun. The Portrayal of the German Enemy in British Propaganda in World War One David Welch Interwar Period and the Second World War 3. The British at War. George Arliss the Superstar as Propagandist Jeffrey Richards 4. Institutional and ideological rivalry between the MOI Films Division and British Council over the presentation of Britain during WW2 James Chapman 5. Today Germany Tomorrow the World. Nazi Propaganda and Total War, 1943-45 David Welch Cold War and Post Cold War 6. The Tragedy of American Public Diplomacy, 1989-1999: The Last Decade of the United States Information Agency Reconsidered Nick Cull 7. Radio Free Asia and China's Harmonious Society Gary Rawnsley 8. NATO's Information Warfare Edward Spiers Strategic Communications 9. Strategic Communications and the Combatant Commander Jeffrey B. Jones, Daniel T. Kuehl, Daniel Burgess, Russell Rochte 10. British Military Doctrine and Strategy and the Importance of Propaganda Kate Utting 11. Bridging the Firewall? Information Operations in US Army Doctrine in the Iraq War 2003-2005. Stephen Badsey Contemporary Modes of Propaganda and the War on Terrorism 12. (Mis)Communication Wars: Terrorism, Counterterrorism and the Media Cristina Archetti 13. WikiLeaks and Cybersecurity: New Modes of Propaganda David Culbert 14. 'Telling it like it is'; Contemporary War, Propaganda and the State Piers Robinson Select Bibliography Index
David Welch is Professor of Modern History and Director of the Centre for the Study of Propaganda, War & Society at the University of Kent.