Spiralbound. 4to. , 155 pages. 28 cm. First edition. Reproduced from typewritten copy. "Errata": leaf laid in. "Bibliography of German psychological warfare: " p. -155. Edited by Ladislas Farago; L. F. Gittler, assistant editor; with the co-operation of Prof. Gordon W. Allport, Dr. John G. Beebe-Center, Prof. Edwin G. Boring [and others]; interpretative summary by Prof. Kimball Young. A shorter second printing was issued in 1941 (133 pages); in 1942 a different book with the same title was published as well. This is the first issue, first appearance. Major survey and annotated bibliography of German military sources and nazi propaganda sources; "an attempt to present an expose of German military psychology in its defensive and offensive applications"; with a major survey on 'Psychology in Total War', 'German psychological warfare', and 'American Influences on German Military Psychology'. Discusses the Nazi use of offensive and defensive psychology; the Nazi and german military conceptions of past wars, the Nazi's mobilization of german psychologists. Three pages of charts. Annotated bibliography contains military manuals, military theory, military histories, works in psychology and psychoanalysis, and dozens of works on military psychology and soldiers psychology; all of the works in the bibliography are annotated in light of the work the Nazi's have made use of the sources, and highlights German military, psychology, and propaganda indoctrination works of the Nazi period. Subjects: Morale. Propaganda, German. Psychology, Applied. Morale - Bibliography. Propaganda, German - Bibliography. Allemagne. Propagande extérieure. Morale. Propaganda, German. Psychology, Applied. Bibliography. Light wear to edges of wraps, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-121-19). Bookseller Inventory #
Title: GERMAN PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE; SURVEY AND ...
Publisher: New York City; Committee For National Morale
Publication Date: 1941
Book Description New York Committee foe National Morale, 1941. 0. Original Karton m. Spiralbindung, Einband m. leichten Gebrauchsspuren, sonst guter Zustand, 155 S., H 28 x 241,5 cm, INHALT/CONTENTS: Preface (Arthur Upham Pope) / Survey (Examination and Critique of Past Wars / Psychology in Total War / German Psychological Warfare / American Influences on German Psychology) / Charts / What is to be Learned from this Survey? (Prof. Kimball Young) / Bibliography 600 gr. Bookseller Inventory # 52035
Book Description Comm. for National Morale, New York, 1941. Wrapper. Book Condition: good. Second Edition. 155 pp. slight library mark embossed stamp. Bookseller Inventory # 266308
Book Description Committee for National Morale, NY, 1941. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. . . . . 2nd edition, 2nd ptg. 4to, paperback. Approx. 65 pgs. of annotated Bibliography + 3-part Survey (60 pgs.): Examination & Critiques of Past Wars; Psychology in Total War; German Psychological Warfare. Vg- condition. Exterior moderately browned w/ 2 tape-stains on covers, 2" water-stain on rear cover, not affecting interior; contents age-toned but clean, binding tight. 133 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 1000519.37
Book Description Committee for National Morale, New York City, 1941. Unpaginated preliminaries, 133p. professionally printed with a bibliography reproduced from typescript, plain printed 11x8.5 inch wraps show mild handling wear and browning, and a small splotch as of black sealing wax, textblock a little browned and thickly pencilled with Possony's marginal brackets and some clumsy underlining. Laid in is a single leaf folded, both sides covered in the Possony pencil (handwriting matches the ownership signature on the first blank) in German; about 250 words. Possony is also listed as on the mega-list of staff found in the preliminaries, one of 5 guys on on one of 14 committees (he's in "military science"). Chair is Arthur Upham Pope, Gregory Bateson is secretary. Henry Murray (CIA planner) and more benign types like Margaret Mead are counted in amongst celebrity academics. Bookseller Inventory # 149660