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The role of popular culture between the wars

Chicago Press, 2002), pp. 139–57; M. O’Brien, ‘The Celluloid War: Packaging War for Sale in Nazi Home-Front Films’, in Etlin (ed.), Art, Culture, and Media under the Third Reich, pp. 158–80. 39 N. J. Cull, Selling War; James Chapman, The British at War: Cinema, State, and Propaganda 1939–1945 (London: I. B. Tauris, 1998). 40 E. Shortt, speech to the Conference of the Cinema Exhibitors’ Association, 27 June 1935. 41 Harold Perkin notes that the composition of government was increasingly middle class after World War I, due in part to Lloyd George’s effort to include

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