Harris Lewine (Art Director) Secaucus, NY: The Wellfleet Press, 1987. Reprint edition. Presumed First Edition, First printing this publisher. Hardcover. The format is approximately 9.125 inches by 12.25 inches. 319,  pages. Illustrations (includes color plates). Bibliography. Index. Ink notation on fep. DJ has wear, small tears and soiling. A visual survey of all forms of propaganda used by Allied and Axis powers immediately before and during World War II. Contents include Foreword by Victor Margolin; The Propagation of the Reich, 1933-1945; Mussolini's New Rome, 1922-1945; Britain Improvises, 1936-1945; United States: Isolation and Intervention, 1932-1945; Rule and Resistance in "The New Order," 1936-1945; The Soviet Union: Propaganda for Peace, 1917-1945; The Rise and Fall of Japan, 1931-1945; Afterword by Daniel Lerner; Essay and Filmography by William Murphy;, and Notes on Color Plates by Victor Margolin. Victor Margolin (1941–2019) was an American design historian, researcher and educator. He was a Professor of design history at the University of Illinois, Chicago, where he taught from 1982 until 2006. Margolin published widely and was the founding editor and co-editor of the academic design journal, Design Issues. A major work was his comprehensive World History of Design. In 1972, he published his first two books on design history and design theory, American Poster Renaissance: The Great Age of Poster Design, 1890-1900 (1975) and the edited volume, Propaganda: The Art of Persuasion, WWII (1976). Margolin began teaching art and design history in 1982 at the School of Art and Art History, University of Illinois, Chicago, where he was the first design historian they had hired, and taught there until retiring in 2006. Anthony Rhodes (September 24, 1916 – August 23, 2004) was a British writer of memoirs, novels, travelogues, reviews and histories. Rhodes was educated at the Royal Military College. He studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he obtained his degree in 1939.
Rhodes served in the British Army during World War II and was involved with retreat of the British Army from Dunkirk. He wrote of his war time experiences in the 1942 book Sword of Bone. After being promoted to captain he lectured in Canada and the United States. He was invalided out of the Army 1945. He published in 1949 The Uniform, a satirical novel about “young society women who worshipped Hitler”. His novel A Ball in Venice, about a comic struggle between an Englishman, an American millionairess, an art critic, and the Communist mayor, was published in 1953. Rhodes went to Hungary when news broke of the uprising in 1956. He likely supplied British Intelligence with reports during this period as well as writing articles on the crisis for the Daily Telegraph. He recounted this period in his subsequent book, Journey to Budapest. His biography of the 19th-century Italian writer and proto-Fascist Gabriele D'Annunzio, was published in 1960 under the title The Poet as Superman. Another biography, this time of the French car manufacturer Louis Renault, who collaborated with Hitler, was published in 1969. In 1976 he published with Victor Margolin Propaganda - The Art of Persuasion: World War II (reprinted 1993). Rhodes translated several books such as Egyptian and Ancient Eastern Painting and the memoirs of the former Moroccan monarch King Hassan, with whom he struck up a friendship. He was an advisor to King Hassan on cultural matters for seventeen years. Condition: Very good / Good.
Keywords: Persuasion, Propaganda, Influence, Information Warfare, Psychological Warfare, Psychological Operations. Posters, Films, Goebbels, Anti-Semitism, Clandestine Press, Leaflets, Political Education, Newsreels, Theater