- Jo·seph Paul [yoh-zef poul] /ˈyoʊ zɛf paʊl/, 1897–1945, German propaganda director for the Nazis.
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Goebbels was also instrumental in the initial success Strauss had under the Nazis.
Goebbels, in fact, would be seen as the leader most sympathetic to the modernists.
In his biography of Goebbels, Irving makes many references to Naumann, and these are references that I would like to include.The Fascist Historian and Me
January 12, 2014
Each time, in Berlin, Goebbels and the others wanted to see what the reaction would be in Washington and London.Obama Announces Board Aimed at Preventing Next Genocide
April 24, 2012
Historical Examples of goebbels
"Sure, an' ye've been taken in by me auld pal Goebbels," O'Malley added.A Yankee Flier Over Berlin
This had to be the greatest sockdolager since Goebbels explained Stalingrad.Telempathy
In the meantime Goebbels again ordered the reorganization of the entire propaganda machine in this country.Secret Armies
John L. Spivak
- Paul Joseph (paul ˈjoːzɛf). 1897–1945, German Nazi politician; minister of propaganda (1933–45)