This episode provides an intriguing look at the part played by propaganda as governments struggled to gain the upper hand in the war away from the battlefield. Methods were sometimes less than subtle, or in some cases, non-existent. However, Josef Gbbels honed the art of mass communication until, in the early days at least, it became one of Germanys most effective weapons. Gbbels was the master of advancing the cause of National Socialism to his own people, although attempts to take the message to his enemies were less successful: the British people treated the rantings of Lord Haw-Haw the traitor William Joyce with derision. This episode features rare examples of propaganda posters and leaflets, as well as interviews, with propaganda and military experts.