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Napoleon

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annette riddle

on 17 April 2010

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"Soldiers, we have forced marches to make, battles to fight, dangers to encounter, but with constancy the victory will be ours; the rights, the honor, of our country will be reconquered. For every Frenchmen who has courage the moment has come to conquer or die!" -Napoleon
Annette Riddle & Brad Newell
Propoganda Project This quote uses the 'lesser of two evils'. Napoleon was talking to his people, and their only options were 'to conquer or die'. This picture tries to portray Napoleon as a great warrior. It shows Napoleon riding a horse, when really he only rode mules. This picture shows Napoleon as an elegant crowned emporer. In the picture, he has a full head of hair, to make people like him more-though he was really bald. Napoleon, in this picture, is riding a white horse. This shows nobility, and it also singles him out as an important leader in the battle. This is propoganda. This picture tries to show Napoleon as a handsome, petite, well-dressed man. He in fact wasn't as nice-looking in real life as in the picture. Source 1:
1. The source is prescriptive, because you use propoganda to defend what you want to happen.
2. The source describes the ideology of the artist, who obviously liked Napoleon.
3. The source tells the belief of the elite, because it shows the beliefs of Napoleon. He believed in using propoganda to gain support.
4. Using this source you can answer questions about what Napoleon looked like, and about how he presented himself.
5. The source can not help you answer questions about his political views, or military stances.
6. Other historians dont believe that Napoleon actually looked like this. Source 2:
1. The source is descriptive. It shows how people belived the army was lead.
2. The source describes the ideology of the artist, who believed that Napoleon was an authority figure.
3. The source tells the belief of the elite, because it shows the beliefs of Napoleon. He believed in using propoganda to gain support.
4. Using this source you can answer questions about what the military looked like.
5. The source can not help you answer questions about the belifs of the military men.
6. Historians know that Napoleon very rarely rode a horse, but more commonly a mule. Source 3:
1. The source is descriptive. It shows how Napoleon viewed himself, and wanted people to view him.
2. The source describes the ideology of Napoleon, because he thought he was superior to the people.
3. The source tells the belief of the elite, because it shows the beliefs of Napoleon. He believed in using propoganda to gain support.
4. Using this source you can answer questions about Napoleons clothes. You can answer questions about the way he views himself, and wishes to portray himself.
5. The source can not help you answer questions about the belifs of Napoleon. Or about the beliefs of any of his followers.
6. Historians believe that Napoleon rarely dressed like this. Source 4:
1. The source is descriptive. It shows what Napoleon thought of his army, and tells some of his views.
2. The source describes the ideology of Napoleon. He is telling his soldiers his beliefs. Also, it describes his behavior because it shows Napoleon giving his troops a pep talk.
3. The source tells the belief of the elite, because it shows the beliefs of Napoleon. He believed in using propoganda to gain support.
4. Using this source you can answer questions about how Napoleon lead the troops. Also, you can answer questions about his style of speech.
5. The source can not help you answer questions about the belifs of the military men, ot about the physical descriptions of Napoleon or his followers.
6. Historians know that this was only a form of propoganda, and probably not always used by him. Source 5:
1. The source is descriptive. It shows how Napoleon wanted to be viewed by the people.
2. The source describes the ideology of Napoleon, as well as the artist.
3. The source tells the belief of the elite, because it shows the beliefs of Napoleon. He was showing himself as a noble political figure.
4. Using this source you can answer questions about what Napoleon supposedly looked like. Also, about a few leadership qualities of his were.
5. The source can not help you answer questions about the belifs of the military men, or any of Napoleon's political views.
6. Historians know that Napoleon very rarely rode a horse, but more commonly a mule. THE END
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