Cultural policies to influence domestic and foreign public opinion were crucial for Fascist regimes. Nazi Germany relied upon foreign propaganda - implemented by several means, e.g. the ministry of Foreign Affairs, cultural institutes and exchanges, press - as a key tool to create a New European Order under the Third Reich. German cultural policy in Italy, Germany’s principal ally, was meant to present the Reich in a positive way, to strengthen the alliance, support common policies, achieve common goals and fight common enemies. The essay focuses on some aspects of Nazi propaganda in Italy during World War II, analysing two magazines fairly widespread in the Peninsula: "La Svastica" and «Signal».