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Napolean and Advertising

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David Shattuck

on 16 April 2010

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Transcript of Napolean and Advertising

NAPOleon BONAparte Propaganda 1.) This propaganda picture is
completely prescriptive. IT portrays Napoleon
as a galiant leader. It shows him as strong , skinny,
powerful, and leading the charge for France

2.) It describes the ideaology that Napoleon in a way is like a god and is the savior of the French people. It makes him look much greater than he was.

3.) I tells about the beliefs Napolean had. Napolean believed he was a great hero and a dashing leader. Many of the French people bought into his propaganda and beagn to believe the same things Napoleon did about himself.

4.)When it comes to historical questions, you can answer the question about what type of attitude and personality Napoleon had about himself. With this source, we can also see some of the techniques of propaganda he used to get what he wanted.

5.) We can't answer to many historical questions. In the picture he's on a horse with men in the background with cannons. It's clear they are fighting in a battle, but it doesnt help highlight which one. It's just a propaganda picture, you can't get much historical info out of it.

6.) It is very similar in the way it stirs emotions and feelings about the picture. Propaganda techniques in both sources seem to be very similair. This would probably support the argument.

PROPAGANDA: This type of Propaganda would be a Transfer because it shows Napoleon as being god-like riding his horse graciously into battle to thrwart all who dare stand before him.
1.)This is part descriptive and part decriptive. It's Presrciptive because
the monument was made to highlight the great victories of the batlles Napoleon had.
It's descriptive beacause it was made because of real, factual events.
2.)It describes of the behavior of the People and Napoleon. The people builtNapoleans
L' arc de Triomphe for all ot he victories he had brought France. Napoleon wanted it built due to all of his victories.
3.)It tells about the actions of Napoleon and his army in battle. It signifies the imprtance of their victories thourgh the monument they built.
4.)The benefits of using this kind of source is that the historical signifigance
of it signifies the great victories of Napoleon.
5.) There isn't much benefits to using this source either. This source is a monument to victories Napolean had, but it didn't help in describing any of them.
6.) We really haven't look at any other historical sources like this.

Propaganda: The Propaganda technique being used here is Transfer. Everytime you see the L' arc de triomphe, the people are supposed to understande how great of a conquerer Napoleon is. 1.) It's definitely precriptive propaganda. IT portays him as being chosen by god to lead. It is if he is writing the commandments.
2.) It desrcibes ideaology at the time. Bonaparte and many others believed he had been chosen by god to rule France, and to make its laws.
3.) It show how the French people viewed Napoleon, as a savior, and heavenly ruler. It's also how Napoleon viewed himself as well.
4.) You can answer how Napolean used his intellect to manipulate the people of France to follow his will.
5.) You can't answer anything historically factual about this. This is complete propaganda, god did not come down from the heavens to give Napoleon leadership, nothing much can be answered using this.
6.) It fits into the same, Napoleon is the greatest, category. This supports the arguments of others.

Propaganda: This is an example of testimonial propaganda. Napoleons testifies that god himself chose him, and only him, to lead France to great victory. 1.) It's prescriptive, it shows how some people outside or even inside
france saw Napoleon. Some saw Napoleon as a spawn of satan.
2.)IT decribes the behavior of many people at the time, they were tired of Napolean and he was hated. Not many people thought what he was doing was good.
3.) It tells the beliefs of those who apposed Napoleon and saw him as evil. The people in these categories included almost all other European empires.
4.)I can really only answers how his critics saw him.
5.)THere is absolutely no question i can answer using this source. It is clear that this is fake and it's propaganda so any info you get from this will be false.
6.) It's like it, but instead of being pro-Napoleon Propaganda
It was anti-Napoleon Propaganda. It would argue against the previous sources.

Propaganda: This poster is using transfer. Napolean is linked to the devil in this picture. 1.) This type of propaganda is more descriptive than
Prescriptive. IT helps in uderstanding Napoleons character
2.) It describes Behavior of Napoleon and his men to push forward even when it seemed hopeless. He was a driven man and wanted his soldiers to be too.
3.) It tells the beliefs of Napolen in his own words. In his words he states his beliefs about the bravery of his army.
4.) You can't answer much, but you can see his personality through his words somewhat. The benefit of this source is that it comes from the mouth of the primary source, Napoleon.
5.) Since it's just one quotes, you can't really know much about it. It's usually always a good source unless it's short and doesn't make sense.
6.) Most all of the sources we've looked at in the past are pro-napoleon, so yes it fits in in pretty well with other sources that have been looked at. It would support most of the previous arguments.

Propaganda: The propaganda used here is Glittering generalities. Napoleons words are used to make the values in his soldiers stronger so that his army will fight on, even to the death. By: David SHattuck
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