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1 June 30, 2018

Articles and Statements

1. Dmitry V. Liventsev
War Propaganda on the Revolutionary Navy in October 1917 – February 1918

Propaganda in the World and Local Conflicts, 2018, 5(1): 3-8.
DOI: 10.13187/pwlc.2018.1.3CrossRef

The article deals with the organization of revolutionary and war propaganda in the Navy in the first months of Soviet power. It examines the state propaganda of the fleets together with the objective difficulties associated with the abolition of the system of control of naval forces in the Russian Empire. In conclusion, the author notes reasons for which the Bolsheviks had to support lawlessness among the sailors of the fleet. At the same time he explores the beginning of public policy on the creation of the worker-peasant red fleet.

URL: http://ejournal47.com/journals_n/1539787780.pdf
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2. Konstantin V. Taran
Agitation in Extermination Battalions during the Great Patriotic War as a Means of Political Training (as Illustrated by the Example of Sochi City)

Propaganda in the World and Local Conflicts, 2018, 5(1): 9-16.
DOI: 10.13187/pwlc.2018.1.9CrossRef

The paper uses the example of the city of Sochi to explore the forms of agitation and morale building activities practiced in extermination battalions during the Great Patriotic War. Materials that helped accomplish the paper include archival records of primary party organizations in the Sochi extermination battalions, stored by the Center for Documentation of the Contemporary History of the Krasnodar Krai (Krasnodar, Russian Federation). Research problems were addressed using both general scientific methods (analysis and synthesis, concretization, generalization) and traditional methods of historical analysis. The historical chronological approach allowed an insight into issues that existed in extermination battalions and was instrumental in reviewing the forms and methods of agitation and morale building activities carried out among the personnel. The extermination battalions were created early in the Great Patriotic War, and first inspections revealed weak discipline and numerous violations in them. To correct this, the party bodies were assigned the task of organizing morale building activities and agitation campaigns among the personnel. Agitation efforts in the extermination battalions were the responsibility of specialists appointed by primary party organizations of the units. These specialists utilized a wide range of activities, including rallies, lectures, production of wall newspapers and combat leaflets, roll-outs of patriotic and political campaigns and other. Importantly, these had a strong focus on reading and understanding the “Brief course of the history of the AUCP(B)” (Kratkiy kurs istorii VKP(b)), which contributed to the ideological indoctrination of Communists, Komsomols and non-Party personnel in line with Marxism-Leninism pillars.

URL: http://ejournal47.com/journals_n/1539787331.pdf
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3. Nataliia A. Garazha
German Propaganda as an Aiding Factor for the Voluntary Recruitment of “Eastern Workers” in the Third Reich

Propaganda in the World and Local Conflicts, 2018, 5(1): 17-25.
DOI: 10.13187/pwlc.2018.1.17CrossRef

The article researches the problem of the impact of propaganda on the civilian population of the occupied territories of the USSR during the recruitment activities for the Third Reich. Despite the fact that the local population played an insignificant and unenviable role in Germany’s vision of war, the information impact was of particular importance: starting from abduction and deportation of large contingents of workers up to the documented justification of humanity and civilizedness of these activities. The propaganda system was focused on the “Eastern workers” and was distinguished by a good organization, involved a wide range of methods and techniques with a variety of information channels. Nevertheless, it cannot be attributed to the motivation factors for leaving for work in Germany, based only on the citizens’ idea of the unacceptability of cooperation with the enemy. But the very experience of applying the German propaganda in this direction, the variety of reactions to it from both sides shows the problems of deportation and further employment of Soviet citizens in the Third Reich.

URL: http://ejournal47.com/journals_n/1539899480.pdf
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4. Irina G. Tazhidinova
Mediatization of the Topic of Human Victims of the Occupation in the Soviet Newspaper Periodicals of 1943 (on the Example of Photographic Materials)

Propaganda in the World and Local Conflicts, 2018, 5(1): 26-31.
DOI: 10.13187/pwlc.2018.1.26CrossRef

The article reviews mediation processes that accompanied the preparation of the first trials of war criminals in the USSR in 1943. During the liberation of the country's territories occupied by the Nazi invaders, the truth about the atrocities committed against peaceful Soviet citizens was revealed. The crimes of the enemy and his accomplices were covered in the Soviet press, including through photo-printing of newspapers. In this article, we analyzed the content and dynamics of the photographic presentation of this topic in the central and regional printed periodicals during 1943, and also evaluated the possible effects of its impact on the audience. This aspect is of interest in the context of the topic of information preparation of the first trial of the accomplices of the enemy, which took place in Krasnodar in July 1943, as well as the next war crimes tribunal that was held in Kharkov in December 1943.

URL: http://ejournal47.com/journals_n/1539787682.pdf
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Letter to the Editor

5. Sergey I. Degtyarev
“Soldier’s Greetings” Lubok Print as a Historical Source of the Period of the Russo-Japanese War

Propaganda in the World and Local Conflicts, 2018, 5(1): 32-36.
DOI: 10.13187/pwlc.2018.1.32CrossRef

The article analyzes the historical source – “the Soldier’s greetings” lubok print. The attention is paid to the internal and external criticism of the source. The material is a two-sided lubok picture “Soldier’s greetings”, printed in St. Petersburg, compiled by G. Bayturov. Lithograph of T. Kibbel. Currently, this lubok is a rarity. It was found in an antique shop in Chisinau (Republic of Moldova) in 2018. In conclusion, the author notes that the presented lubok picture is attributed to the period of the Russo-Japanese War. This picture was distinguished by simplicity and plain text, since the main readers of lubok prints were servicemen and their family members, as well as the civil population. The main propaganda messages were: the Soldier’s service is difficult, but honorable; the future prosperity of the country depends on the soldier; in faithful service there are no big difficulties, the soldier just needs to follow the oath, and also about the unity of the Tzar with the people.

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