Anti-Nazi Propaganda also known as Anti-Hitler Propaganda is a term used to describe misleading and sometimes incorrect information about Adolf Hitler's life and career in order to create a deep hatred for Hitler and Nazism. Anti-Nazi propaganda is openly and commonly used in popular Adolf Hitler and World War II documentaries.
British historian Ian Kershaw, regarded as one of the most knowleable Adolf Hitler experts, uses the term to denounce inaccurate information regarding Hitler.
- Langer, Walter C. The Mind of Adolf Hitler, New York 1972, p. 96
- Kershaw 2008, p. 219.
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