It is a propaganda film in the sense that American military men made it to brainwash their soldiers, but that is not the issue. The issue is, and always has been:It falsely accuses Germany of starting the first two world wars, and tells Americans not to trust civilians since civilians have a fascist desire to rule the world because of the people they elected. It also tells them to not engage on friendly terms with them and to respect their laws and not engage in misbehaviour. Propaganda, nor atrocity propaganda nor reducation are explicitly said in the video.The issue is not only the actual title, but what actual words/phrases show up in the movie.
Let's not shift the goal posts. Claim victory all you want for revisionist history given what denier bud has exposed. But there is nothing to hoot and holler about with this little 10 minute move in particular.
The issue is a little bit different. The movie is far more suggestive than instructive. Movies like those helped to create a climate in which susceptible soldiers where more likely to reinterpret their war experience and the information they were fed in line with what later became institutionalized as the Holocaust.