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Question 1: For a satirical subversion of the United States military's 1960s propaganda regarding the safety of ________ materials, see The Atomic Cafe.
Nuclear fusionGamma rayRadioactive decayNuclear fission

Question 2: ________
List of German films 1933–1945Nazi GermanyCinema of GermanyList of German films 1919–1933

Question 3: Eisenstein's films, in particular The Battleship Potemkin, are seen as masterworks of the cinema, even as they glorify Eisenstein's ________ ideals.
Communist stateSocialismMarxismCommunism

Question 4: During the 1960s, the United States produced propaganda films that cheerily instructed civilians how to build homemade ________, to protect themselves in the event of nuclear war.
Fallout shelterNuclear falloutNuclear weaponNuclear weapons testing

Question 5: ________
List of Allied propaganda films of World War IIList of World War II filmsAcademy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject)Frank Capra

Question 6: One of the early fictional films to be used for propaganda was ________, although it was not produced for the purposes of indoctrination.
The Birth of a NationAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Ku Klux KlanLynching

Question 7: In ________, at the same time, film directors like Roberto Rossellini produced propaganda films for similar purposes.
RomeItalyFranceSicily

Question 8: In the United States during World War II, filmmaker ________ created a seven-part series of films to support the war effort entitled Why We Fight.
Frank CapraMr. Smith Goes to WashingtonIt's a Wonderful LifeIt Happened One Night

Question 9: The 1930s and 1940s, which saw the rise of totalitarian states and the ________, are arguably the "Golden Age of Propaganda".
Soviet occupationsWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 10: In 1918, ________ made, at his own expense, The Bond, a comedic propaganda film for World War I.
Charlie Chaplin filmographyCharlie ChaplinThe Gold RushThe Great Dictator
















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