Notes

1. I would like to thank Dr. Scott Montgomery and Dr. Jennifer Way at the University of North Texas for their inestimable help in the writing of this paper. I would also like to thank Antony Penrose at the Lee Miller Archive for taking the time to answer my questions, and my colleagues Sara-Jayne Parsons and Anne Lawrence from helping me edit and prepare this paper for presentation.

2. Antony Penrose, ed. Lee Miller's War: Photographer and Correspondent with the Allies in Europe, 1944-1945 (Boston: Bulfinch Press, 1992), 188.

3.Jane Livingston. Lee Miller: Photographer (London: Thames & Hudson, 1989), 31.

4. Antony Penrose, The Lives of Lee Miller (London: Thames & Hudson, 1985), 108.

5. Penrose, Lee Miller's War, 165.

6. Ibid., 163-165.

7. Ibid., 166.

8. Ibid., 182.

9. Ibid., 182.

10. David Welch, ed. "Introduction" Nazi Propaganda: The Power and the Limitations (London: Croom Helm, 1983), 2.

11. Ibid., 77.

12. Ibid., 2.

13. Leonard Doob. Public Opinion and Propaganda (Connecticut: Archon Books, 1966), 446.

14. Ibid., 274.

15. Ibid., 279.

16. Ibid., 80.

17. Penrose, The Lives of Lee Miller, 139.

18. Ibid., 142.

19. Dave Scherman. "Introduction" in Penrose, Lee Miller's War, 12.

20. Antony Penrose. Correspondence with author 3 September 1999.

21. Melody Davis. "Lee Miller: Bathing with the Enemy." History of Photography 21 no. 4 (Winter 1997), 315-316.

22. The most well-known example of Hitler's hatred of modern art is the Entartete Kunst (degenerate art) exhibition of 1937 which was presented in Munich and other cities to over two million viewers. The exhibition was recreated by scholars in 1993. See Stephanie Barron et al's catalogue (1993) for an exhaustive commentary on the organization and administration of the show.

23. Penrose. Lee Miller's War, 191.

24. Davis, 315.

25. Ibid., 316.

26. Ibid., 315.

27. Antony Penrose. Correspondence with author 5 September 1999.

28. Rabbi Wayne Dosick. Living Judaism: The Complete Guide to Jewish Belief, Tradition, and Practice (San Francisco: Harper San Francisco, 1995), 269.

29. Amy Lyford. "Lee Miller's Photographic Impersonations 1930-1945" History of Photography 18 no. 3 (Autumn 1994), 239.