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Napolean Propaganda Class Project

By: Erin and Tessa
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Erin Sparks

on 17 April 2010

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"In France women are considered too highly. They should not be regarded as equal to men. In reality they are nothing more than machines for producing children." -Napoleon Boneparte

Napoleon sees women as trash to just bear his children. He never had any respect for them and was always degrading them. I think he had issues with his mother. (This type of propaganda is Namecalling.)
A “Take time to deliberate, but when the time for action has arrived, stop thinking and go in.” -Napoleon Bonaparte

This quote shows that Napoleon really did not think about what he was doing before he went into battle. It shows that he was a person who did not think before he acted which is one of his down falls. (This to me is an assertion and a testimonial.)
B This picture of Napoleon shows that he was all about war and that all he wants to do is go out and conquer other countries. I think that this was the only good quality that Napoleon and that is not the kind of person that I think should be ruling a country. A ruler needs to be able to know when to give up and when to fight. (This source is a simplification.)
C Primary Source Answers B
1.)This is prescriptive because this is what Napoleon thought should happen. He did not want to think before anything; whatever came into his head first is what they did. This is something that should have hinted to the people of France that he is not a good ruler.
2.)This source shows both ideology and behavior; because of it is what Napoleon was like. He did not think about things before doing things. It is ideology because it is what he thought things should be like.
3.)Napoleon was part of the elite society. So this is something that mainly the elite thought should happen and then the “ordinary” people jumped on the band wagon because they wanted to be a part of the elite and to get into the elite you had to understand their way of thinking, even if you thought that it was wrong.
4.)There are some questions about Napoleon that it answered for me. I thought at first Napoleon was this amazing leader and thought of every move that he was going to make before he actually made it. I learned that this is not what it really was like, he went on intuition.
5.)What you really cannot answer is that did the people listen to him. This to me is important because someone can say something and then not really get the popular vote from the people. I wonder if this is what the people were like.
6.)I think that we would have about the same analysis of this source, but at the same time I think that it is something that is up to the person that is reading and interpreting this source or something that is like it.
Primary Source Answers C
1.)This picture is descriptive because I don’t think that the painter or Napoleon could make a horse stand like that for the length of time that it takes to paint a picture. I also don’t think that the wind was blowing the whole time that he was sitting upon his horse.
2.)It shows behavior because it shows that he is going into battle and this is one of the only things that Napoleon did.
3.)It doesn’t talk about anything but it does show the actions of the elite. During that time period it was very rare that the “ordinary” people to get their portrait done.
4.)You can answer that he was very much a person who wanted the spot light and that he was a major war person.
5.)You cannot answer the why questions that you might have. For example: Why did he solve everything with war? Why did he have to control so many different places?
6.)I think that we would have about the same analysis of this source, but at the same time I think that it is something that is up to the person that is reading and interpreting this source or something that is like it.
BOO Napoleon Boneparte!!! Erin Sparks
and Tessa Jones
Period 3
4/15-16/2010 This is Napoleon on his deathbed.

The wreath symbolizes glorification which Napoleon did not deserve. (The Crucifix on his chest is representing Plain Folk propaganda but the whole picture represents Transfer.)
D Primary Source Answers A
1.) It's not really either prescriptive or descriptive., it's just Napolen giving his opinion about women.
2.) I guess it would describe behavior. I mean, it shows what kind of person Napoleon is and what he believed...and maybe what he acted on. So acting on something would be behavior.
3.) No, it just tells the beliefs of Napoleon only.
4.) This is how Napoleon thought of women. And maybe why he thought of them this way, was that he was abused or something by his mother when he was a child. And we know who he discredited: the women.
5.) We can't tell what he did to women, or when or where he did whatever to them.
6.) It depend on the person who's reading the interpretation. If they want to agree, they will. Primary Source Answers D
1.) This is both prescriptive and descriptive. First of all, no one was anywhere near Napoleon when he died because he was exiled to St. Helena and no one would've known hat he looked like as he died. Second, he was was not worthy to be glorified (which is what the wreath symbolizes) and he probably wasn't Catholic or Christian so somebody was trying to make him better than he really was.
2.) I guess the crucifix would represent ideology. Trying to show what religion Napoleon practiced even if he really didn't.
3.) Maybe the painter was an oridinary person that was for Napolean. So that would mean he gave the impression to people that Napoleon was a glorified Christian, (which he wasn't).
4.) The picture's about Napoleon dying on his deathbed in 1812 (because I know when he died).
5.) The only one that can't be answered is why...because it's kind of hard to know why he's dying, seeing him just lying there peacefully.
6.) There aren't much limitations if you know a lot of stuff about Napoleon Boneparte. "The guilt of many men may be traced to over-affection for their wives." -Napoleon Boneparte

It means that Napoleon places all the blame for the men on the women. Even if it was definityly the man's fault, the woman would definitly get blamed. (This type of propaganda is Car Stacking.)
E Primary Source Answers C
1.)This picture is descriptive because I don’t think that the painter or Napoleon could make a horse stand like that for the length of time that it takes to paint a picture. I also don’t think that the wind was blowing the whole time that he was sitting upon his horse.
2.)It shows behavior because it shows that he is going into battle and this is one of the only things that Napoleon did.
3.)It doesn’t talk about anything but it does show the actions of the elite. During that time period it was very rare that the “ordinary” people to get their portrait done.
4.)You can answer that he was very much a person who wanted the spot light and that he was a major war person.
5.)You cannot answer the why questions that you might have. For example: Why did he solve everything with war? Why did he have to control so many different places?
6.)I think that we would have about the same analysis of this source, but at the same time I think that it is something that is up to the person that is reading and interpreting this source or something that is like it. Primary Source Answers E
1.) It isn't either prescriptive or descriptive. It's just Napoleon giving his unwanted and rotten opinion.
2.) Again, it describe behavior because Napoleon saying this, just proves that he has a problem with women.
3.) Not the ordinary people, just Napoleon's belief and actions. He believes women are rotten, (which they're not), so he acts on his beliefs and tells the public his opinion, (which is stupid).
4.) Nap's talking about the women, who he think are to blame for everything, (so I'm guessing he blames his mother for bearing him in her womb and birthing him), and he does all of this because he had issues at home with his mother or some other woman when he was younger.
5.) The source doesn't answer when or where. It's just an opinionated quote.
6.) Anyone who wants to agree, they can.
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