This is a work about how the Allied coalition and the government of Iraq attempted to influence, utilize and manipulate the ways in which the Gulf War was presented by the media to the outside world between mid-January and early March, 1991. The book also concentrates upon the point at which the war and the media came together on both sides to form propaganda and offers a preliminary examination of psychological warfare methods employed during the war.
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Published April 1, 1992
by Manchester Univ Pr.
History, Political & Social Sciences, War, Arts & Photography.