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Chinese comic books at the British Library

(7 May 2015) Propaganda and ideology in everyday life: Chinese comic books The Chinese collection at the British Library includes an interesting series of around 100 comic books published during the 1960s in the People’s Republic of China. They are an excellent historical and linguistic resource and represent an extraordinary example of how official sources […]


Propaganda: From The Little Red Book to the Green Cross Code

(16 May 2013) If you are visiting London this summer, stop by The British Library. It is presenting a major new exhibition examining state propaganda, from its origins in the ancient world up until the present day. With over 200 exhibits on display, ranging from chilling Nazi propaganda to modern day ephemera such as bank […]