Propaganda, simply put, is the manipulation of public opinion. It is carried out through media that is capable of reaching a large amount of people and effectively persuading them for or against a cause. The exact meaning of propaganda is always being debated and no specific definition is true.. it is doubtless that propaganda is material which is meant to persuade or change public opinion, and even though it varies in form and technique it always serves the same meaning. Propaganda is communication for the purpose of changing some ones opinion Propaganda was mainly to promote patriotism and get people into spirit of the war in germany. There were many posters in America showing that the Nazis were evil and should be stopped. In Germany there was propaganda to get the people to persecute the Jewish people. The propaganda was to support the idea that everyone could be involved. The posters of Rosie the Riveter are a great example to show that it was a well liked idea that women could work on things like putting together planes and automobiles while the men were off fighting. Other posters promoted the idea of secrecy or not talking about the troops to save their lives. One poster had a picture of a woman on a telephone chatting away and it said that because she talked hundreds of soldiers died. There are many propaganda posters of, America and Germany so i had decided to show a few of Soviet union posters from World War II. Communist propaganda in the Soviet Union was extensively based on the Marxism-Leninism ideology to help the Communist Party. In societies with pervasivness, the propaganda was omnipresent and very good at doing its job. got too even social and natural sciences giving rise to some theories like Lysenkoism, where as fields of real knowledge, like genetics, cybernetics, and comparative linguistics were condemned. Wall posters were widely used in the early days, the Red Army's triumphs for the benefit of the illiterate Throughout the 1920s, this continued in World War II, with bold, simple designs.