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Napoleon

Propaganda Pro Napoleon: Emily Lynn
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on 20 April 2010

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GLITTERING GENERALITIES -Napoleon "War is waged only with vigor, decision, and unshaken will;
one must not grope or hesitate." TRANSFER Propaganda
for Napoleon Emily Lynn
P.2 PLAIN FOLK TESTIMONIALS "Equality must be the first
element in education" ASSERTION A B C D E From the quote above, you can see that
Napoleon used Glittering Generalitities to
make people become in favor of war. He used
emotional words such as: vigor, decision, and
unshaken will. This painting is a form of tranfer because it links Napoleon,
and war heroism in mind. People seem to support the idea of
a leader being a war hero, which is probably why Napoleon
spoke of war tactics so much. This painting shows a more, down-to-earth side of
Napoleon. In thispainting, he looks like a normal,
everyday father. Many peasants and middle-class would
appeal to this plain folk style propaganda. Napoleon said this enthusiastic statement.
It was something he knew would apeal to the
crowd. Napoleon did not actually believe the
above statement, however. Which is
another reason why it is a form of assertion. This is a painting
of a coronation
Napoleon was at.
It is a form of Testimonial, because it shows the supportive church behind Napoleon. A

1. It is prescriptive because
it tells the opinions of Napoleon.
2. It decsribes behavior of those
at war.
3. It describes actions of the
Elite (Military.)
4. You can answer questions
about Napoleon's war beliefs.
5. This source cannot answer
fact based questions.
6. It would most likely support. B

1. It is descriptive because
it shows the life of Napoleon.
2. It decsribes his leadership
andnobility.
3. It shows the actions of the
Elite (Napoleon.)
4. You can answer questions
about the way Napoleon pictures
himself.
5. This source cannot answer
fact based questions.
6. It would probably support my
answers. C

1. It is descriptive because
it shows the supposed home
life of Napoleon.
2. It decsribes his family ethic.
3. It attempts to show Napoleon
as ordinary
4. You can answer questions
about the way people picture
Napoleon.
5. This source cannot answer
fact based questions.
6. Some sources might
contradict this source. D

1. It is descriptive because
it shows how Napoleon was
looked at religiously.
2. It decsribes his behavior.
3. It attempts to show Napoleon
as a person honored by
Religious leaders.
4. You can answer questions
about the way the church
pictured Napoleon.
5. This source cannot answer
war based questions.
6. There would most likely
be no contadictions. E

1. It is prescriptive because
it is one of Napoleon's "opinions."
2. It decsribes his ideals.
3. It attempts to show Napoleon
as a person who cares about
educational equality.
4. You can answer questions
about the way he felt about
education.
5. This source cannot answer
date based questions.
6. There probably wouldn't be
any contadictions.
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