The newspaper axis : six press barons who enabled Hitler /

"As World War II approached, the six most powerful media moguls in America and Britain tried to pressure their countries to ignore the fascist threat. The media empires of Robert McCormick, Joseph and Eleanor Patterson, and William Randolph Hearst spanned the United States, reaching tens of mil...

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Author / Creator: Olmsted, Kathryn S. (Author)
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Language:English
Imprint: New Haven : Yale University Press, [2022]
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264 1 |a New Haven :  |b Yale University Press,  |c [2022] 
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505 0 0 |t Introduction --  |t Good Haters --  |t Celebrity Strongman --  |t World's Greatest Publisher --  |t Ordinary Joe --  |t Empire Crusader --  |t Lady Newspaperman --  |t Undominated --  |t "Hitler Agrees with the Daily Express" --  |t Foreign Wars --  |t Dictator Bill --  |t Which Side Are You On? --  |t Epilogue. 
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545 0 |a Kathryn S. Olmsted is a professor of history at the University of California, Davis. 
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