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Napoleon Rules!!!!!

A prezi about how Napoleon was a good ruler.

Sean Escott

on 17 April 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Prezi By Sean Escott And David Wright Emperor of France ITs small you cant even readit There are only two powers in the world: the sword and the mind. In the long run, the sword is always defeated by the mind. - Napoleon Bonaparte
A. B. C. D. E. When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes. Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain. A. Response 1. A. The picture was descriptive in an essance. It was showing what Napoleon wanted to make people think he looked like. But in honesty wasn't actually what he looked like.
2. The picture is ideology in a sense. It is what Napoleon wanted people to believed he looked like.
3. It tells you about the actions of the elite. From the picture you can see that he is defenately above most.
4. Not many historical questions could be answered. But some could be how the wealthy lived, what they could do with their money, and such questions like that.
5. Questions that can not be answered are what is their thought on religion, thoughts on the common, and questions such as that.
6. I would say it would fit in well. And would more than likely support there side. B.
1. This picture is descriptive. It is showing Napoleon alittle higher up and leading more than likely and army into battle.
2. It would be behavior because it shows Napoleon being noble and honorable. Leading a army into battle shows his courage and the fact he has much courage.
3. It is in the perspective of the elite again. Showing no fear in the heart of battle. That also, more than not the powerful would lead into battle.
4. Historical questions that could be answered would be any war questions or ones discussing was he a coward like the old emperor.
5. Some historical questions that could not be answered was what war is this, when was this made, when was the war.
6. Honestly I don't think my analysis wouldn't fit in quite right. I think this would challenge their arguement. Mainly because of the fact that the art could be interpreted in many ways.
1. The quote I think is descriptive. Napoleon is describing what he thinks should and is the idea on a concept.
2. The quote is defenately ideology. He thinks that when challenged aganist the sword that the brain will win.
3. Its perspective is and fits in both. It doesn't seem to specify either; it just gives an idea.
4. "What was Napoleon's state of mind on power?" This is a helpful source because it comes directly from Napoleon and not another source.
5."What did other people of that time think about Napoleon's mind set?". This quote is from Napoleon and isn't from the general population. It only shows how he thinks.
6.I believe my analysis would fit in with theirs. It supports their argument about Napoleon being a smart thinker.
1. This source is descriptive. It tells about the way Napoleon
saw himself as a ruler.
2. This is ideology. This is how Napoleon wanted to be seen,
not the way he was actually seen.
3. It describes the beliefs of the elite. Napoleon was a high
ruler and it was his perspective.
4. "How did Napoleon want his subjects and enemies to see
himself?" It is his opinion of himself so it is a better source
than any other.
5. "How did his enemies see him?" it wasn't from his opponent's
view so it could'nt help show their opinion.
6. My analysis agrees with their argument. It also says that his opinion
is helpful with finding how he thought. E.
1. It is prescriptive. It describes what he belives will
2. It describes behavior. It is saying how money affects
government and their lives.
3. It describes the elite. Government officials and financiers
are higher up the social ladder than regular citizens.
4. "How does money affect the government?" It is helpful because
it describes what Napoleon belives would happen.
5. "How does money affect citizens?" It just talks about the government
and finances.
6. I feel that my opinion agrees with historians. They also feel that it only
talks about the government and finances.
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