The following article pointed out facts about what occurred during World War II. The article and dates, information about what countries were involved in the war, and which leaders and presidents of nation were involved in the war. The source had their own personal summary of the World War II. They pointed out every single detail of what occured form 1939 through 1945. After analyzing everything for this source, I found their summary very well descriptive. The used many rhetorical device such as parallelism and understatement. The unknown editor used words with similar structure and they also made some ideas less important what they really were. These rhetorical devices helped the author give a perspective view on the conflict that our nation faced.
The following article was an opinion from a author and editor. Ben-Ghait focused her point on how the the United States was very affected by the Germans. Ben-Ghait adds that she believed that the Germany had too much control during the war. Overall, what I found interesting was that she used repetition by her choice of words. Ben-Ghait also uses allusion, which helped her point out her opinion and she made many references.
The following is a photograph by a famous photographer who was famous for taking pictures during the World War II. Wayne Miller’s photographs have helped people observe his photographs that give pain and sorrow. The following photographer had taken a photo of a injured airman being lifted from his plane during the war. The photographer provides diatyposis. The reason why is because the photographer displays a clear picture of what is occurring in that time. The following rhetorical device provides a perspective view to this conflict by giving a vivid description by using only a photograph.
The following film is a short propaganda film created to help many young men to join the war. After what had occurred in Midway during the 1940s, the United States had to face many difficulties after this because soon, they joined the war. The film had provided that following information, which helped many paint out the picture of what challenges the united states had to face during this period of time. After watching this film, the director had used hypotyposis. The can be concluded, since the director gave a clear vivid idea of the subject. Overall, this film provided a rhetorical device that helped many see a perspective view of the conflict that was occurring in this time period.
The following is an exclusive interview with a veteran named William McDonald. William McDonald is interviewed about his experience about being in World War II and how he had to demonstrate courage and sacrifice much of what he loved during this time. McDonald speaks about his day in the first wave on D-Day and how he have to face challenges and how he had to stand strong when he faced with the Soviets with many other soldiers. McDonald repeats many words and phrases that try to let the listener or the viewer to illustrate what it was like being in front of so much fear. McDonald uses repetition to provide a perspective view on the conflict.
The following poem is from a classic writer named Karl J. Shapiro. Shapiro wrote a poem about how the nation is living in fear even though their land is being attacked. He added that how many soldiers are living in fear of dying and leaving their nation under chaos. Also, the writer provides an illustrated example of soldiers leaving their loved ones. The writer provided repetition and figurative language to give a perspective view on the conflict.