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Astrid,

Are you familiar with the Donald Duck Signs Up book?  There is also some
mention of this topic in Holliss and Sibley.  If you extend the propaganda
to the Latin American films (and I think that you should) there is quite
an extensive literature, with articles by Burton-Carajaval, J.B. Kaufman, etc.

I'd suggest that you also look at some primary materials, such as articles
in the trade papers of the war period.  They can be a goldmine of
information on the subject in regard to the Office of War Information.

Have you done a literature search, or is this query a fishing expedition?

Mark

Astrid =?iso-8859-1?Q?B=F6ger?= writes:
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> Dear all --
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> I'm wondering what there is to know about the animated propaganda and
> military training films done by the Disney corporation during World War II.
> I'm looking for any secondary sources, but am also curious if anyone has
> worked on this topic or has had access to the films themselves.
> Thanks, Astrid Boeger
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