Committee on Public Information

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The Committee on Public Information was established on the 13th April 1917 and operated until its abolition on 21st August 1921.[1] Its official functions were to:

  • Release government news during the First World War
  • Sustain Morale
  • Administer 'voluntary press censorship'[2]

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  1. The National Archives, Guide to Federal Records, Records of the Committee on Public Information (Record Group 63) 1917-21 152 cu. ft.
  2. The National Archives, Guide to Federal Records, Records of the Committee on Public Information (Record Group 63) 1917-21 152 cu. ft.
  3. The National Archives, Guide to Federal Records, Records of the Committee on Public Information (Record Group 63) 1917-21 152 cu. ft.
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