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Napoleon Bonaparte Source: www.military-quotes.com/Napoleon.htm

Quote: "To have good soldiers, a nation must always be at war."
- Napoleon Bonaparte

Propaganda: Cardstacking because it only tells about the positive
side.


1.Is it prescriptive—telling you what people thought should happen—or descriptive—telling you what people thought did happen?

YOu only do you best when you're inder pressure, so i think its descriptive.

2. Does it describe ideology and/ or behavior?

behavior, that instinct or adrenaline kicks in if i don't try my hardest i'm not going to go on. so its a behavior of i'm gong to try my hardest.

3.Does it tell you about the beliefs/ actions of the elite, or of “ordinary” people? From whose perspective?

Actions, when soldiers are put up to a task they perform their duty, when not they wait until.

4.What historical questions can you answer using this source? What are the benefits of using this kind of source?

around what time do soldiers try?

5.What questions can this source NOT help you answer? What are the limitations of this type of source?

Do they know how to handle pressure?

6.If we have read other historian’s interpretations of this source or sources like this one, how does your analysis fit with theirs? In your opinion, does this source support or challenge their argument?

I agree, you never know how someone will react until they have no other choice or they are doing they're best.

Source:www.worldofquotes.com/author/Napoleon-Bonaparte/1/index.html

Quote:Nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious,than to be able to decide.
The meaning of this poem is decisions.
"napoleon"

propaganda: Glittering Generalities because it means something decisions

Questions:

1.Is it prescriptive—telling you what people thought should happen—or descriptive—telling you what people thought did happen?

2. Does it describe ideology and/ or behavior?
Behavior because it is something you have to do yourself.

3.Does it tell you about the beliefs/ actions of the elite, or of “ordinary” people? From whose perspective?
Ordinary people because anyone from anywhere can make a decision.

4.What historical questions can you answer using this source? What are the benefits of using this kind of source?
example: What kind of things did Napoleon say?
example: How did he feel?

5.What questions can this source NOT help you answer? What are the limitations of this type of source?
This source can not help you anwser what time important things happend.

6.If we have read other historian’s interpretations of this source or sources like this one, how does your analysis fit with theirs? In your opinion, does this source support or challenge their argument? it fits because t gives different variety on what people has said in the past.


Source: www.military-quotes.com/Napoleon.htm

Quote: " The most dangerous moment comes with victory"
- Napoleon Bonaparte

Propaganda: Glittering Generalities

1.Is it prescriptive—telling you what people thought should happen—or descriptive—telling you what people thought did happen?

Prescriptive, his opionion on whether victory is the most dangerous in war.

2. Does it describe ideology and/ or behavior?

ideology because its an idea of what he think.

3.Does it tell you about the beliefs/ actions of the elite, or of “ordinary” people? From whose perspective?

beliefs maybe cause he was a general and he know how it is.

4.What historical questions can you answer using this source? What are the benefits of using this kind of source?

Whats his opionion on victory? whats his part on war?

5.What questions can this source NOT help you answer? What are the limitations of this type of source?

how to handle your pressure in the most dangerous moment?

6.If we have read other historian’s interpretations of this source or sources like this one, how does your analysis fit with theirs? In your opinion, does this source support or challenge their argument?

THe dangerous moment might be when you see victory there. Because you tired in weak and you out all of it in to see victory.
Source:http:http://www.historyofwar.org/articles/people_napoleon.html

Propaganda: Transfer because he is fighting.

Questions:
1.Is it prescriptive—telling you what people thought should happen—or descriptive—telling you what people thought did happen? It is prescriptive

2. Does it describe ideology and/ or behavior?
This site showed behavior because it showed what happend and whjat things were being done.

3.Does it tell you about the beliefs/ actions of the elite, or of “ordinary” people? From whose perspective? It tells you actions of the elite.

4.What historical questions can you answer using this source? What are the benefits of using this kind of source? example: what different places did napoleon go? example: When did he go to these places?

5.What questions can this source NOT help you answer? What are the limitations of this type of source? This source can not tell you what common things were said.

6.If we have read other historian’s interpretations of this source or sources like this one, how does your analysis fit with theirs? In your opinion, does this source support or challenge their argument?
They would agree with me because some common things were'nt said it was just saying what things were being done.

Source:http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/n/napoleon_bonaparte_3.html

Quote:Power is my mistress. I have worked too hard at her conquest to allow anyone to take her away from me.- Napoleon

Propaganda: Cardaracking, because he’s only showing the positive side of being in power and a mistress. The other side can be you can have both taken away from you very quickly.

1.Is it prescriptive—telling you what people thought should happen—or descriptive—telling you what people thought did happen?

Perspective, its his opionion about power. And about how no one is going to take it from him, JUst like too much power is bad for one person, too many mitresses are bad too..

2. Does it describe ideology and/ or behavior?

Ideology because its what he thinks. No one can change his mindset from what he thinks.

3.Does it tell you about the beliefs/ actions of the elite, or of “ordinary” people? From whose perspective?

His actions is by doing everything he can from having anyone take away his power (mistress). Through Napoleon's view because he wrote the quote himself.

4.What historical questions can you answer using this source? What are the benefits of using this kind of source?

what does he think about anyone taking his power?
What concept do he think is power compares to?

5.What questions can this source NOT help you answer? What are the limitations of this type of source?

WHat did he do while in power? how did he make france for the better? the worse?


6.If we have read other historian’s interpretations of this source or sources like this one, how does your analysis fit with theirs? In your opinion, does this source support or challenge their argument?

It kind of a smart quote compared to the rest i've seen. It's how he felt how he compared it. what he compared it to.
Source:http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/n/napoleon_bonaparte_3.html

Quote: Soldiers generally win battles; generals get credit for them.- Napoleon

Propaganda: Simplification, because he’s stereotyping the generals. See it like football the player wouldn't know what play to do without directions from the coach. Just the way a soldier can’t fight with directions from the general.

Questions:
1.Is it prescriptive—telling you what people thought should happen—or descriptive—telling you what people thought did happen? prescriptive

Descriptive because he thought that the generals do get the credit for the soldiers winning the battle.

2. Does it describe ideology and/ or behavior?

Ideology, its what he thinks, his opinion, The soldiers can think that without the help of the general then they could do and vice versa.


3.Does it tell you about the beliefs/ actions of the elite, or of “ordinary” people? From whose perspective?

From Napolean's view this quote is telling people about what he thinks of generals roles and soldiers role. It tells about his beliefs due to this is what he believes,

4.What historical questions can you answer using this source? What are the benefits of using this kind of source?
example : What quotes do you understand and whichones would you like to use?


5.What questions can this source NOT help you answer? What are the limitations of this type of source?
6.If we have read other historian’s interpretations of this source or sources like this one, how does your analysis fit with theirs? In your opinion, does this source support or challenge their argument?

Napoleon Bonaparte Created by:

Alexus Corley
Adrienne Griffen
Shanet Sullivan
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