The Ministry of Popular Culture and Italian Propaganda on the Home Front, 1938–1943
Drawing on largely unexplored sources such as government papers, personal memoirs, censored letters and confidential reports, Staging the Fascist War analyses the crisis of the regime in the years from 1938 to 1943 through the perspective of a propaganda programme that failed to bolster Fascist myths at a time of total war.
Appendix: The Italian Press
Quoted newspapers, magazines and journals
Illustrated satirical magazine founded in Milan in 1936 by the publisher Rizzoli. During the Second World War it produced a great number of cartoons mocking Churchill and Britain under the German air raids. The last issue of the paper was published on 10 September 1943.
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