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BOO! Napoleon BOO!
Transcript of BOO! Napoleon BOO!
like under Napoleon's leadership.
The propaganda used is card-stacking because
this picture shows that this time was a nightmare
of massacres, torture, rape and famine with Napoleon
right in the middle of it all, holding that person. "Only to he avoid misunderstandings,
I must say that even last year,
when I wrote my pamphlet,
I heartily wished that Prussia should
declare war against Napoleon."
-Ferdinand Lassalle This quote is obviously against
Napoleon. The man who said this
really wanted Prussia to start a war
with Napoleon so that they can
defeat him! The propaganda
technique that is appropriate for
this quote is pinpointing the enemey
because it's about war and flat out
calling Napoleon the enemy. This is a picture of Napoleon siitng on a building
and many people are rioting and caling him names
these people look like they want to hurt him. The
propaganda technique used here is bandwagoning.
Bandwagoning is where they show a picture or quote and people follow it. This works well because people will follow you and then your opinion will grow. "It is very true that I have said that
I considered Napoleon's presence
in the field equal to forty thousand
men in the balance. This is a very
loose way of talking; but the idea
is a very different one from that of
his presence at a battle being equal
to a reinforcement of forty thousand men."
-Duke of Wellington
The man who said this quote
is basically saying that Napoleon
has the presence of being really
frightening and intimidating such
as 40,000 men but in reality, he is
just a little man who isn't scary at all.
The propaganda technique used here is
simplification (stereotyping) because the
man who said it is trying to persuade people
that he's really not all that he's cracked
up to be. He is simplifying how Napoleon
really is. A E THis is a political cartoon of napoleon with
a huge nose and big head. The propoganda technique
is the opposite of Glittering Generalities. THey
are saying that he is snobby and has a big head.
this is very mean, and will make people think twice
before they vote or follow Napoleon. B C D A 1. This picture is decriptive because it is like Spain is telling the
story of something they thought did happen.
2. THis picture describes the behavior of Napoleon toward the
citizens of spain. this describes the horrible person that Napoleon
3. This tells me the beliefs of napoleon and the citezens of spain.
It tells me that Napoleon was a cold hearted person.
4. A question you can answer using this source are "what kind of things went on during Napoleons ruling?" The benefit to this source is its a picture so you are able to actually see what things went on.
5. A question you can't answer using this source is "How many people wanted Napoleon to rule?" The disadvantage to this is just like the other pictures, you can't read anyone else's opinion or perpective of whats going on.
6. Yes I think our analysis woulb be close to each others. THe reason i think they would be the same is because there isn't many different ways to interpret this Picture.
E 1. This picture is precriptive beccause it is showing
what people think of NApoleon. They think that he
has a big ego.
2.THis shows behavior because people think that he is
a egotisticle person and thinks about himself only.
3. This tells me the beliefs of the common person under Napoleons rule. They do not like the way that he is ruling them.
4. you can answer some histroical questions such as why nobody liked him. there are no real benefits from this source.
5. This source can't help you answer serious questions about napoleon ruling france.
6. No i don't think that they will be the same as me because they will not think anything of this source.
D 1. this picture is descriptive because they are showing
people rioting against Napoleon, which is describing an action they know did happen.
2. THis describes the behavior of people under the ruling of napoleon. This shows that not many people liked him.
3. This shows the actions of the people under the ruling of napoleon, the action is that they are trying to kill him.
4. Using this source, you can answer questions such as "what kind of clothes did napoleon wear?" The benefit to this source is you can see visuals of what is going on.
5. Questions that you can not answer using this are some like " what did napoleon do that made people not like him?" Or "what years did Napoleon rule?" Some disadvantages to this source is that you can't read actual information or facts since its just a picture.
6. I belive that other historians will think the same thing that I do. This is because there is only one way to think about this picture.
1.This source is prescriptive
because Ferdinand Lassalle is
telling what he though should
2.The idealogy that is somewhat
describes is his idea of Napoleon
and the behavior that it shows is the
way he would act by wanting war
3.It tells about the beliefs about
Napoleon from Lassalle's
perpective, what he believes.
4.A historical question you can
answer about this source are things
like "Did Lassalle like Naopleon"?
The benefit to this source is you can
see someone else's perspecive about this topic.
5.A historial question you can't answer using this source
is "Who was Ferdinand Lassale?" The disadvantage to
using this source is that you can't see a picture of what
was going on or who the people look like.
6.Other historians analysis would fit with mine because
this is a valid source. B 1. This source is prescriptive because
it's someones quote which is an opinion.
2.This source describes ideology because
it's someones idea being quoted.
3. It also describes beliefs, since it's
a quote of something this man believes.
4. A historical question you can answer
using this source is "Was Napoleon
actually a really scary man?" The benefit
of this source is you can see another man's
perspective of Napoleon.
5. A question you can't answer using this
source is "Who was the Duke of Wellington?"
The disadvantage to this is you can't see a picture
of what he looked like.
6. Other historians analysis' would fit
with ours because this was a valid source
that was very good. BOO NAPOLEON!
Period 7 C