İngiliz Gazetelerinde Yayınlanan Karikatürlerin Perspektifinden İkinci Dünya Savaşı (1944-1945)
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In this study, news and caricatures from British newspapers published in 1944 and 1945 about the Second World War, from the fronts, from the radios and from local, foreign news agencies, will be examined. Similarities and differences will be tried to be found in the approach to war and the consideration of war between the respective newspapers, which have the power to create public opinion. In this study, which is mainly aimed at examining the attitude of the British press towards the war towards the end of the war, the conflicts that the media with the power of guiding the public have had in their own will be revealed and the determinations will be shared about the British press in particular and the role of press in the face of important events in general.