Quick Look: Propaganda on Roku is a collection of vintage public domain films, public service announcements, newsreels, and military training films similar to what is found on many other Roku channels. The channel has just 23 videos, which include a 1944 US Army training film called "Resisting Enemy Interrogation," the classic anti-marijuana film "Reefer Madness," and a WWII newsreel called "Why We Fight: The Battle of Britain."
-- Information is current as of November 8, 2018
Roku Channel Store Description: Cinematography has the power to form a strong public opinion and this power was widely used back in the days. The government and officials ordered the production of propaganda films that were used to spread the news and shape the social and political views. Short-film documentaries made a sensational impact on people. The brightest examples of such propaganda films can be found in our Propaganda films of the early days channel.
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