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Bolševické hordy, piráti a dolaroví šílenci : Protektorátní Lidové noviny, Venkov a Národní práce o Spojencích v l. 1942-1944

Title in English Bolshevik hordes, pirates and dollar madmen : Protectorate Lidové noviny, Countryside and National Work on Allies in 1942-1944


Year of publication 2019
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Social Studies

Description The paper analyzes the media representation of the three Allied powers, the Soviet Union, Great Britain and the United States, in three important Protectorate dailies, in the Lidové noviny, the Countryside and the National Work. The timeline of historical-comparative (comparative) analysis is the period from mid-1942 until the Normandy landings in early June 1944, in which important battles co-determined the outcome of World War II. The analysis focuses on how these protectorate letters represented Allied powers, what values and goals they attributed to their political and economic system, how they viewed their society and culture, how they spoke about their political representation and how they presented the "ordinary" Soviets, the British and Americans.

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