1945-2000: Mass Media and Censorship II
Beatrijs, 2 April 1955 and Libelle, 2 April
In the 1950s each Catholic daily, weekly and monthly journal had its own censor, a sort of spiritual advisor, who had the task of checking the publication for moral correctness. Until 1950 it was not permitted in these magazines to portray a woman wearing a dress with bare shoulders in an advertisement. It was thus possible that the same advertisement on the same day had a quite different appearance in two publications with different religious leanings.
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