Paul Joseph Goebbels was a German politician. He served as the minister for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda during Hitler’s rule over Germany. He played a crucial role in promoting Nazi Party’s philosophy and ideology of Hitler. Raised in a family with strict Catholic background, he could not serve in the military during the ‘World War I’ on account of his physical deformity. As the district leader of the ‘Nazi Party,’ he founded a weekly newspaper titled ‘The Attack.’ As the maker of the Fuhrer myth, he employed this paper to convey Nazi Party’s message to the German people. As part of his extensive media campaign for ‘World War II,’ he utilized radio, films, parades, and processions to propagate his message about ‘Nazi Party.’ As the director of the ‘Reich Chamber of Culture,’ he had total control over the cultural life of Germany. Due to the activities of this organization, a number of Jewish creative artists lost their occupation. ‘The Nazi Party’ considered modern art as immoral and took measures to seize this art form. Being a skilled propagandist, his effective application of ‘Reich Press Law’ caused the removal of a number of Jewish as well as non-Nazi newspaper and magazine editors in Germany. After learning about Germany’s defeat in the war, he committed suicide.