Nazi Art

Faculty Sponsor

Christoph Schiessl

Final Abstract for URS Program

My research project will explore the different types of propaganda art and their effects and influences on different populations. The types of art that I will be discussing are paintings, posters, films, and photographs. While each of the artforms are very different from one another, their overall aim and goals are the same. They are to influence a population in such a way that furthers one's agenda. In this case, Adolf Hitler and the entirety of the Nazi Regime are aiming to influence the population of Germany to further their agenda. Most propaganda art is clear in what their message is and what audience they are targeting. Propaganda was created for every type of population inside of Germany, most were specified towards men, women, and even children.

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