This two part series looks closely at the American and Soviet strategies of propaganda and proxy wars over four decades of the Cold War struggle for dominance.
- Library: Secondary
- Audience: Senior Secondary (Year 11-12)
- Rating: E
- Subject: History
- Release Date: Term 3, 2015
- Produced: Australia
Selling Ideologies and Propaganda
In this programme, we encounter the ultimate weapons wielded in the Cold War – propaganda and disinformation. Tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union are underpinned by their fundamentally opposing ideologies of Capitalism and Communism. This is an engaging investigation of the prevailing propaganda themes and messages over the course of the Cold War and the role played by mediums like film, television and print media.
The Cold War in Europe and Asia
This programme traces the development and collapse of successive alliances and conflicts in Europe and Asia that culminate in the struggle against the much feared spread of Communism. Excellent summaries of post-World War II events between Europe’s Eastern and Western blocs, the rise of Mao Tse Tung in China and the causes of the Korean and Vietnam wars are presented.
ACOKFH023, ACHMH187, ACHMH188, ACHMH192
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