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  1. Paul Joseph Goebbels (pronounced [ˈpaʊ̯l ˈjoːzɛf ˈɡœbl̩s] ; 29 October 1897 – 1 May 1945) was a German Nazi politician who was the Gauleiter (district leader) of Berlin, chief propagandist for the Nazi Party, and then Reich Minister of Propaganda from 1933 to 1945.

  2. Joseph Goebbels (prononcé en allemand : [ˈ ɡ œ b ə l s]), né le 29 octobre 1897 à Rheydt [1] et mort par suicide le 1 er mai 1945 à Berlin, est un homme d'État allemand. Proche d' Adolf Hitler , il fut, avec Hermann Göring et Heinrich Himmler , l'un des dirigeants les plus puissants et influents du régime nazi .

  3. 19/08/2022 · Joseph Goebbels, in full Paul Joseph Goebbels, (born October 29, 1897, Rheydt, Germany—died May 1, 1945, Berlin), minister of propaganda for the German Third Reich under Adolf Hitler. A master orator and propagandist, he is generally accounted responsible for presenting a favourable image of the Nazi regime to the German people. Following Hitler’s suicide, Goebbels served as chancellor of ...

  4. Paul Joseph Goebbels [ˈɡœbəls] (29. lokakuuta 1897 Rheydt – 1. toukokuuta 1945 Berliini) oli eräs kansallissosialistisen Saksan vaikutusvaltaisimmista poliitikoista. Lukuisten korkeiden puoluevirkojen ohella hän toimi Adolf Hitlerin valta-aikana hallituksen kansanvalistus- ja propagandaministerinä .

  5. 18/08/2014 · Joseph Goebbels served as minister of propaganda for the German Third Reich under Adolf Hitler — a position from which he spread the Nazi message.

  6. "Aus Churchills Lügenfabrik" ("Churchill's Lie Factory"), 12 January 1941; "Die Zeit ohne Beispiel" by Joseph Goebbels, Munich: Zentralverlag der NSDAP, (pp. 364-369), 1941. 956 Copy quote The masses need something that will give them a thrill of horror.

  7. This is an excellent definition of the “Big lie,” however, there seems to be no evidence that it was used by Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels, though it is often attributed to him. The original description of the big lie appeared in Mein Kampf. Adolf Hitler applied it to the behavior of Jews rather than as a tactic he advocated.

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