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14. Luring Neutrals

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This chapter provides an exploratory overview of the written propaganda that was diffused in Argentina by the Allied nations and the German Reich in the course of the armed conflict. It examines a selection of brochures, books, and other publications that were produced in Europe for distribution in Latin America or, in other cases, written and published in Argentina under European sponsorship. The propaganda developed by the warring countries in Argentina was an integral part of their strategy of economic warfare. It was designed to secure an adequate supply of food during the conflict (to the detriment of one's enemies) and to pave the way for the elimination of economic competitors in the future postwar world.

Keywords: Allied propaganda; Argentina; economic warfare; First World War; German propaganda; Latin America



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