In order to provide a better understanding of the shifting nature of influence, this volume looks at how the British government employed various forms of persuasion to achieve its goals across the twentieth century. The collection provides a range of case studies to assess how effectively - or ineffectively - influence was brought to bear on an array of non-western societies. This volume will be of interest not only to historians, but to anyone interested in the operation of influence as a foreign policy tool.This chapter provides a broad, if necessarily selective analysis of the aims and methods of British propaganda in Egypt after the second World War. it argues that , though they regularly operated with great ingenuity and technical skill, British propagandists failed to ... status were embarrassingly exposed (a#39;Englanda#39;s trousers falling downa#39;, in the poetic imagery of adrian mitchell), 2 then the history ofBritish ... 3 The national archives, Kew [tna], fo 371/52316/E6536/190/65, sargent minuteanbsp;...
|Title||:||British Propaganda and Wars of Empire|
|Author||:||Dr Christopher Tuck, Professor Greg Kennedy|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2014-06-28|