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Napoleon Bonaparte

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Transcript of Napoleon Bonaparte

This propaganda is glittering generalities
because it shows Napoleon as being a great
leader and a strong and powerfull man. Aug 11, 1796FranceArmy of ItalyParis, May 20.Copy of letter from Citizen Buonaparte, General in Chief of the army of Italy, to the Executive Directory.Head Quarters, at Lody 22nd Floreal,Citizen Directors,I was of the opinion that the crossing of the river Po, would have been the boldest action of the campaign, as likewise, the battle of Mellefimo (or Mellesimo), one of the most vigorous actions ever known; but I have now to relate the battle of Lody.The ??? (sast?), at three o'clock in the morning, the headquarters reached Cafal; at nine our vanguard encountered the enemy defending the approach of Lody. I immediately ordered all the cavalry to mount, and four pieces of cannon which has just arrived to be placed.General Augerau's division, who had stopt at Borgetho and that the Gen. Massant, who has slept at Cafal, marched immediately; meantime the vanguard oversaw all the different posts of the enemy's and took from them one piece of cannon. We entered Lody in pursuit of the enemy, who had already crossed the Adda over the bridge. Beauleau, with all his army, was ranged in order of battle; 33 pieces of cannon defended the passage of the bridge…But I must not forget to mention the brave Berthier, wo was on that day a cannoneer, a horseman, and a grenadier at the same time. Sugny (Soult?), chief of brigade, who commanded the artillery, behaved gallantly.Beauleau flies with the remainder of his army; he is now crossing over the states of Venice; several towns of which have shut their gates. Since the beginning of the campaign, though we had very warm actions, and the army of the republic were oftentimes forced to show a great deal of boldness, none of them has yet been so terrible as the crossing of the bridge of Lody. If we lost but a few men, it is owing to the haste of the execution, and the sudden effects which the ??? and tremendous fire of the intrepid column produced on the army of the enemy, I demand that Citizen Monier (Mortier?) be confirmed adjuctant general, who serves in that capacity, although he is not included in this affair. I demand that Citizen Rav (Ray? Rey?) aide-de-camp of the brave Mezzini, and Citizen Thoiret, worthy adjutant of the third battalion of the grenadiers, be both made captains.As soon as we shall be settled in a place, I will forward you a list of those who have distinguished themselves on that glorious day.The commissary of the Government was always by me; the army is much indebted to his activity.Buonaparte This is a form of pinpointing the enemy. Napoleon talks about how
he saved his people from Lody and how he is a great leader and Lody
is not.

1. It was descriptive, telling us what people thought and how it happend.
2. It describes behavior more because it explains how Napoleon reacted to
someone else trying to be more powerful and "failing".
3. It tells us about the actions of the elite, how Napoleon handled the situation
and why he handled it the way that he did.
4. The benifits of this kind of source is that it is what Napoleon said so its not
like someone just had an opinion about him.
5. It woudln't be able to answer the questoins like how the people reacted, or
what Lody's reaction was.
1. This propaganda is descriptive, telling us what people
thought of Napoleon. They thought he was a great and
powerfull leader.
2. It describes more of ideology than behavior because
its how people thought of him not so much how he was.
3. It tells us about the beliefs/actions of the elite from the
ordinary person's point of view.
4. The benefits of using this kind of source is that it is
very direct and descriptive.
5. This source wouldn't be able to help us answer questions
about what was going on at the time or how people were
actaully feeling.
This an example of bandwagon propaganda. Napoleon
is on the white horse and the rest of the army is following
him.

1. It was prescriptive, telling us what people thought should happen.
2. This source describes behavior, what Napoleon was doing.
3. It tells us about the beleifs of the elite and what they thought happened.
4. The benefits of this kind of source is it shows us how Napoleon's army followed him.
5. The limitations of the kind of source is it doesn't us how the army really felt about Napoleon.
6. This source wouldn't be able to answer the questions about how the army felt about Napoleon's actions.



NAPOLEON! This picture is an example of plain folk
propaganda. Napoleon shows that he
can be an average person by taking
care of his son.

1. Descriptive, telling you what people thought did happen.
2. This picture describes behavior.
3. This picture tells us about the beliefs of the elite.
4. The benefits of using this kind of source is that you can see what people thought happened.
5. The limitations of this kind of source is the picture might not show what actually happened.
6. This source would not be able to answer the question about how Napoleon felt in the picture. This is an example of testimonial
propaganda. This picture shows
Napoleon as a celebrity figure.

1.Descriptive, telling us what people thought did happen.
2. This picture describes ideology.
3. This pictures tells us about the beliefs of the elite and what they thought Napoleon was like.
4. The benefits of using this source is you can tell what the people thought about Napoleon.
5. The limitations of using this source is you cant tell what Napoleon really looked like but what the people thought he looked like.
6. This source would not be able to answer the questions about what Napoleon really looked like but what only the people thought he looked like in a painting .
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