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During this episode, MAJ Ash Holzmann discusses psychological operations, the nature of propaganda, the philosophical underpinnings of propaganda, along with numerous historical examples.
MAJ Ash Holzmann is a horror writer, satirist, poet, artist, and Psychological Operations Officer in the U.S. Army Special Operations community. The opinions expressed by Ashley are his own and not representative of the Department of Defense or the United States Army.
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