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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Irina Mefyodova
Military Parade of November 7, 1941 in Moscow: Methods of Organization of the Political Campaign
History
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
Military parades are not the invention of the 20th century. They were conducted even in Ancient world. This is a widespread method of demonstrating power and authority of the country. The totalitarian regimes of the 20th century understood that this is a very influential tool of propaganda, especially during a war. In the past decades, celebrations and demonstrations in totalitarian countries were estimated as important part of countries political methods. Using interdisciplinary approach, this paper analyses the significance of the military parade of November 7, 1941 in Moscow as a method of propaganda in the Soviet Union. The paper`s layout is as follows: first, the methodology will be explored, then the political campaign will be analyzed. In addition, it is important to investigate photo and video documents, and finally, a comprehensive conclusion will be drawn. The research is illustrated by photo data.

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