This powerful book tells the story of how American public opinion about World War II was manipulated both by the wartime images that citizens were allowed to see in pictures, ads, and posters and by the images that were suppressed. His text is amplified by arresting visual essays that include many previously unpublished photographs from the army's censored files.
Explores how the opinion of Americans was manipulated during World War II by the images they were allowed to see, those they were not, and those that were specifically manufactured for them. Considers photographs censored by the military, recruitment posters, newsreels, and other images. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)