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  2. Joseph Goebbels - Wikipedia

    Paul Joseph Goebbels ( pronounced [ˈpaʊ̯l ˈjoːzɛf ˈɡœbl̩s] ( listen); 29 October 1897 – 1 May 1945) was a German Nazi politician who was the Gauleiter (district leader) of Berlin, chief propagandist for the Nazi Party, and then Reich Minister of Propaganda from 1933 to 1945.

  3. Joseph Goebbels | Biography, Propaganda, Images, Death ...

    Joseph Goebbels, in full Paul Joseph Goebbels, (born October 29, 1897, Rheydt, Germany—died May 1, 1945, Berlin), minister of propaganda for the German Third Reich under Adolf Hitler. A master orator and propagandist, he is generally accounted responsible for presenting a favourable image of the Nazi regime to the German people.

  4. Joseph Goebbels - Children, Death & Facts - HISTORY

    Paul Joseph Goebbels was born on October 29, 1897, in Rheydt, Germany, an industrial city located in the Rhineland. Because of a club foot that he acquired during a childhood bout with...

  5. Joseph Goebbels - Death, Wife & Facts - Biography

    Joseph Goebbels served as minister of propaganda for the Nazi government of the Third Reich, and is generally held responsible for presenting a favorable image of the Nazi regime to the Germans.

  6. Joseph Goebbels | Holocaust Encyclopedia

    Joseph Goebbels was a National Socialist politician and propagandist. He held several roles in the Nazi Party. He served as Nazi Party chief for Greater Berlin from 1926 until 1945. From 1929 until 1945 he was Reich leader of propaganda.

  7. TOP 25 QUOTES BY JOSEPH GOEBBELS (of 105) | A-Z Quotes

    Joseph Goebbels Lying, Thousand, Remains 4970 Copy quote If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it, and you will even come to believe it yourself. Joseph Goebbels Lying, Believe, People 4455 Copy quote Propaganda works best when those who are being manipulated are confident they are acting on their own free will. Joseph Goebbels

  8. Joseph Goebbels: Hitler’s Chief Manipulator - TheCollector

    Goebbels retreated to Hitler’s bunker with his family and spent his final days in the presence of the Führer. Before Hitler shot himself, he dictated his last will and testament. He named Joseph Goebbels as the Reich Chancellor, Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz as the Reich President, and Martin Bormann as Party Minister. Although Hitler gave Goebbels the order to leave Berlin, Goebbels recounted that it was the only order from the Führer that he would ever disobey for reasons of humanity and ...