'The limits of peace propaganda: The Information Section of the League of Nations and its Tokyo office
Public opinion became a defining factor in international politics in the era of the League of Nations. Although the League�s Information Section conducted what it called �peace propaganda� to influence public opinion, we know little about its activities, especially beyond Europe. This chapter focuses on the Information Section and its Tokyo office, and examines what �public� they aimed at, the operations they conducted, and the nature of these operations. Although the League�s peace propaganda...[Show more]
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