German propaganda has gone beyond the traditional military sphere of influence, in which the German government is the dominant actor.
The country has been forced to turn to the private sector for most of the wars it has fought, even when the cost of the operation is borne by the taxpayers.
The military’s role has also become a major force for shaping public opinion in Germany.
As Germany faces a demographic crisis and is preparing to turn its back on its traditional military, the military is increasingly a major player in shaping German public opinion.
The Germans are increasingly willing to wage war against the civilian population in order to preserve their own economic stability.
The German public is increasingly concerned with how the military has been used in its pursuit of its objectives in recent conflicts.
The new propaganda campaign aims to change perceptions of the German military, as well as to influence public opinion on a number of issues, including: How the German army has been deployed in the past, and how it should be used now.