Psychological Warfare
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Psychological Warfare

By Paul M. A. Linebarger
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Table of Contents
  • Psychological Warfare
  • Preface to the Second Edition
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • PART ONE DEFINITION AND HISTORY
    • CHAPTER 1 Historic Examples of Psychological Warfare
      • The Understanding Of Psychological Warfare.
      • The Use Of Panic By Gideon.
      • Field Propaganda Of The Athenians And The Han.
      • Emphasis on Ideology.
      • The Black Propaganda Of Genghis Khan.
      • The Blindness Of John Milton.
      • Other Instances From History.
      • The American Revolution.
      • Boers And Burmese.
    • CHAPTER 2 The Function of Psychological Warfare
      • Psychological Warfare as a Branch of Psychology.
      • Psychological Warfare as a Part of War.
      • Ideology.
      • Education.
      • Salesmanship.
      • Psychological Warfare and Public Relations.
      • Psychological Warfare and Morale Services.
      • Related Civilian Activities.
    • CHAPTER 3 Definition of Psychological Warfare
      • Broad and Narrow Definitions.
      • Warfare Psychologically Waged.
      • Propaganda: Definitions.
    • CHAPTER 4 The Limitations of Psychological Warfare
      • Political Limitations of Psychological Warfare.
      • Definition of the Enemy.
      • Promises.
      • Security Limitations.
      • Security Procedures.
      • Media Limitations.
      • Maximum Performance of Personnel.
      • Counterpropaganda.
    • CHAPTER 5 Psychological Warfare in World War I
      • The British Effort.
      • The German Failure In Propaganda.
      • The Creel Committee.
      • General Pershing's Headquarters.
      • The Bolshevik and Chinese Revolutions.
    • CHAPTER 6 Psychological Warfare in World War II
      • The Pre-Belligerent Stages.
      • German Accomplishments.
      • The British-German Radio War.
      • Black Propaganda.
      • American Operations: OWI and OSS.
      • The Lessons.
      • Qualifications for Psychological Warfare.
      • Effects of American Operations.
      • Soviet Experience.
      • Japanese Developments.
      • Chinese Uses.
  • PART TWO ANALYSIS, INTELLIGENCE, AND ESTIMATE OF THE SITUATION
    • CHAPTER 7 Propaganda Analysis
      • Monitoring.
      • Printed Materials.
      • Radio.
      • Monitoring by a Single Individual.
      • Identification: Propaganda vs. Truth.
      • The Stasm Formula.
      • Complete Breakdown of a Single Propaganda Item.
      • Identification of Enemy Plans and Situations.
      • Estimating the Enemy's Propaganda Situation.
      • Propanal as a Source of Military Intelligence.
    • CHAPTER 8 Propaganda Intelligence
      • News as Intelligence.
      • The Need for Timeliness.
      • Opinion Analysis.
      • Profile of Opinion.
      • Interrogation.
      • Specificity.
    • CHAPTER 9 Estimate of the Situation
      • Definiteness of the Goal.
      • The Propaganda Man.
      • The Attribution of Motive.
      • A Written Estimate of the Situation.
      • The Question of Choice.
      • Allied Operations.
      • Estimate of One's Own Capacity.
  • PART THREE PLANNING AND OPERATIONS
    • CHAPTER 10 Organization for Psychological Warfare
      • National Propaganda Organizations.
      • American Psychological Warfare Agencies.
      • The Joho Kyoku.
      • Theater Psychological Warfare.
      • Field Operations.
    • CHAPTER 11 Plans and Planning
      • Needs of the Operator: Materials and Guidance.
      • Pre-Belligerent Planning.
      • Psychological Warfare Plans.
      • Strategic and Consolidation Plans.
      • Contingency Plans.
    • CHAPTER 12 Operations for Civilians
      • Short-wave Radio.
      • Standard-wave.
      • Communication Through the Mails.
      • Leaflets.
      • Pamphlets.
      • Subversive Operations.
      • Motion Pictures.
    • CHAPTER 13 Operations Against Troops
      • Morale Operations.
      • News Leaflets.
      • Tactical Defensive Psychological Warfare.
      • Role of Small-Unit Commanders.
      • Field Liaison.
      • Mechanics of Liaison.
      • Radio Support.
      • Air Support.
      • Leaflet-Discharging Weapons.
      • Contingencies of the Future.
      • Surrender Leaflets.
      • Other Action Leaflets.
      • Loudspeaker Units.
  • PART FOUR PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE AFTER WORLD WAR II
    • CHAPTER 14 The "Cold War" and Seven Small Wars
      • Recognition and Delay.
      • New Interpretations of Policy and Propaganda.
      • Communist and Anti-Communist Psychological Events.
      • The Cold War.
      • Nature of the Cold War.
      • Origins of the Cold War.
      • The Cold War and the Actual Fighting.
      • The Cold War and the Home Front.
      • Alternatives to Victory and Defeat.
      • The End of the Cold War.
      • The Seven Small Wars.
      • The Special Case of China.
      • PsyWar in the Indonesian-Dutch War.
      • The Philippine War Against the Huks.
      • Indochina and Political Warfare.
      • Malaya and the MRLA.
      • The Right to Join.
      • Propaganda Techniques in the Seven Wars.
    • CHAPTER 15 Strategic International Information Operations
      • Demobilization and Remobilization.
      • Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs.
      • Other U.S. Facilities.
      • Radio Free Europe and Radio Free Asia.
      • The Psychological Strategy Board.
      • William Jackson Report.
      • Operations Coordinating Board.
      • Limitations of the American Originators.
      • War and Unanimity.
      • The Propaganda of Friendship.
    • CHAPTER 16 Research, Development, and the Future
      • The Meaning of War.
      • Research into Tension.
      • Revolutionary Possibilities in Psychology.
      • National Research and Development Programs.
      • Developmental Research in PsyWar.
      • Operations Research in Korea.
      • Philosophy and Propaganda Development.
      • Literary Contributions.
      • The Social Sciences.
      • Psychology and Related Sciences.
      • Projection and Research.
      • Communist Developments.
      • Private PsyWar and Covert Techniques.
      • The Future of Psychological Warfare.
  • APPENDIX Military PsyWar Operations, 1950-53
    • Organization of Field Operational Units.
      • Radio Broadcasting and Leaflet Group.
      • Loudspeaker and Leaflet Company.
      • Psychological Warfare Center.
      • Psychological Warfare Staff, FEC.
      • Psychological Warfare Staff, EUSAK.
      • Radio Operations.
      • Leaflet Operations.
      • Loudspeaker Operations.
      • Results of Military PsyWar Operations.
  • FOOTNOTES:
  • Index
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