The propaganda war in the Rhineland : Weimar Germany, race and occupation after World War I / Peter Collar.
"Piecing together a fractured European continent after World War I, the Versailles Peace Treaty stipulated the long-term occupation of the Rhineland by Allied troops. This occupation, perceived as a humiliation by the political right, caused anger and dismay in Germany and an aggressive propaganda war broke out--heightened by an explosion of vicious racist propaganda against the use of non-European colonial troops by France in the border area."--Dust jacket.
- International library of twentieth century history ; vol. 57
International library of twentieth century history ; 57.
- London : I.B. Tauris, 2013
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