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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the study of First World War. The scale and bloodiness of World War I led many historians and other intellectuals to conclude that propaganda was, unfortunately, extraordinarily effective. The Great War may have highlighted the role of propaganda and its connection to warfare; but this link existed long before both the First World War and the coining of the term 'propaganda'.

Keywords: First World War; propaganda

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