Rhetorical Analysis Of Hitler's Speech

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Moving backward toward the World War II era, there was a man of much power that conquered most of the European land, Adolf Hitler. Except of course, Hitler didn’t always have this power, but his speech of may 4th, 1941 took his country (Germany) by their throats. As his use of ethos reveal Hitler’s moral authority in the eyes of all his listeners, with great position to persuade his audience by talking about the people of Germany as a whole. Never once speaking negatively about himself, along with speaking lies among the people. Explaining that Germany will “come to an understanding with Britain” using the word “understanding” in benefit toward only the German people. Taking an advantage on an emotional appeal, of those of Germany. Speaking
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