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Strange Lands and Friendly People


Nivîskar : William O. Douglas
Weşan : Harper & brothers Tarîx & Cîh : 1951, New York
Pêşgotin : William O. Douglas Rûpel : 336
Wergêr : ISBN :
Ziman : ÎngilîzîEbad : 140x210 mm
Hejmara FIKP : Liv. Ang. Lp. Gen. 4Mijar : Giştî

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Strange Lands and Friendly People


Strange Lands and Friendly People

William O. Douglas

Harper & Brothers


Soviet propaganda beamed to the Middle East exploits the news of the day. It emphasizes and exaggerates the weaknesses and frailties in existing regimes. It constantly reminds the natives of their grievances. It whispers suspicions about those in power. It charges America and England with having designs on every nation in the region, with planning to make each one a subservient colony in a large imperial system. It represents the Soviets as the forces of Good in the world, America and England and all non-Communist governments as the forces of Evil. It identifies the Soviets with every minority cause, with every nationalist ambition.

Soviet propaganda does not neglect the ...



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