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Malakhovskaya Vera Vladimirovna, Malakhovskii Aleksei Kimovich
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Submitted: 29.10.2018
Abstract. The article presents an analysis of the information activity of the British media during the Second World War. The purpose of the research is to study the features of the government agencies interaction with all the media channels. The novelty of the work is in the fact that the authors carry out a comprehensive analysis of the activity of the coalition government and the Ministry of Information in relation to the British media on the basis of attracting original material. The paper determines the evolution stages of the information policy of the government circles and ascertains that they managed to overcome difficulties and to establish effective propaganda during the war.
Key words and phrases: СМИ Великобритании, правящие круги Великобритании, "пресс-бароны", коалиционное правительство У. Черчилля, Министерство информации, пропагандистские кампании, цензура, радиокорпорация Би-Би-Си, сетка вещания, британская пресса, информационные агентства, кинематография, British media, British ruling circles, "press barons", W. Churchill’s coalition government, Ministry of Information, propaganda campaigns, censorship, BBC radio corporation, broadcasting network, British press, news agencies, cinematography
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