This book reveals a transnational cultural dimension to the histories of the United Nations, World War II, and foreign relations more broadly. It shows how the Allies orchestrated the production, distribution, and exhibition of pro-UN cinema to promote the idea that the UN is a family of nations, the most common analogy used to make multinational alliance understandable to popular audiences.
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