(Cited in Schwartz, 90) The Propaganda Staffel, the Propaganda Abteilung, the German Embassy, and the Institut allemand all vied to control the cultural program of the occupying power; furthermore, a representative for culture and music was sent to the German Embassy in Paris by the Nazi Ministry of Propaganda (Schwartz, 90).4 Other groups such as the Deutsche Akademie of Munich, the group Collaboration, and the Nazi party's own section, "France" also attempted to control musical production (Schwartz, 93).5 Nazi propaganda served to project Germany as a cultivated nation, to belie the violence that accompanied the military offensive. [...] in "Le Droit romain n'est plus," music is understood not merely from the philosophical or aesthetic perspective but also in its historical and political intentions.
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