Document C pursuaded people to vote yes because it used bold letters to represent what hitler wants the people to do. In document C Hitler makes the "yes" box much bigger than the "no" box. he does this so that the yes box seems like a better choice, he also makes it bigger so that it stands out to people when they see it. He also boldens his name, making it seem important and apealing as it stands out from the rest of the text. Hitler used many propaganda tacticts, but i think that the poster was the most effective. By showing a backround of hands, people are able to visualize the vision that hitler wanted. By see this people also think that everyone is voting for hitler, so it makes others want to vote for him too.
I agree with your answer because Hitler did use propaganda to persuade the German and Austrian people.
1. One major detail on the ballot included the circle for "yes" being larger in size in comparison to the circle for "no". This gives the voter a feeling that "yes" must be the more popular choice.
2. The speech was the most effective piece of propaganda because of its use of emotional as well as bandwagon propaganda.
3. The three different formats of each piece of propaganda made the message stand out to many people. This is because it appeals to the senses people often use to learn: hearing, seeing, and writing.
4. These three documents show that the Nazis took advantage of the use of propaganda techniques in order to gain support.
5. The Nazi Party was able to convince 99% of German to vote in favor of the annexation of Austria by the obvious use of propaganda. Although threats had probably also been used, the usage of different forms of propaganda had also made it possible to convince people who had different mindsets.
I agree with your answer because the only way Hitler and the Nazis gained supporters was through propaganda including things like speeches and posters.
The details on the ballot have to be the size of the "Yes" and 'No" circles and the words Adolf Hitler written in big font in the center of the ballot. The most effective way of propaganda is the poster because of the hands in the background that show that most Germans and Austrians would agree with Hitler. This documents demonstrate that the Nazis will do anything to get the people to go with Hitler. The Nazi party convinced 99% of the Germans by using propaganda.
I felt that the strongest piece was the speech, but I understand why the poster could also be. And I agree that the Nazi party convinced the people through propaganda.
I agree with what you said about how the Nazis were committed to persuading the people to vote for Hitler.
I think Hitler put "YES" in big bold letters because he wanted it to catch the peoples attention and show which choice is better and more important.It shows that Hitler wants them to choose yes . The poster was the most influential because it showed the people in the back saying yes , showing they shouls join Hitler's yes side .
I agree with your answer because Hitler did use propaganda to persuade the German people.
What makes the ballot an effective way to convince the people to vote "YES" is because the space to vote for yes is much more larger than the space that is left to vote for no.Another reason is because it ask two questions at once so you can;t vote yes for the first and no for the second or vice versa,You have to for the same for one both of the questions.
I agree 100% with you.
The "yes" circle being bigger than the "no" circle it make the voters feel as if they had to put "yes" or else. I think the poster is the most effective piece of propaganda because people will pass by the poster and the illustration will be stuck in their brain meaning they are more likely to vote yes. These documents used the tactics to make the people believe that Hitler was what German needed and wanted. The people would have been just fine without him, but now the people feel as if they don't have him they won't survive.
I agree with you in that Hitler did convince the people that he was what they needed in order to become powerful again.
Hitler put his name in big bold font to show that he has power and he put "Ja" in a big circle in the middle of the ballot and "Nein" in a smaller circle in the corner.I think this is a more important piece of propaganda because it actually shows what answer you are going to pick and this also is straight forward to you .I think ultimately propaganda is still propaganda and it i s all the same, its just trying to get you to do what the creator supports so no it does not change the effect. i think the Nazi convince 99 % because they also put fear into the voters and they already hated thether countries
The yes circle being bigger than the no circle it make the voters feel as if they had to put yes or else. I think the poster is the most effective piece of propaganda because people will pass by the poster and the illustration will be stuck in their brain meaning they are more likely to vote yes. These documents used the ways to make the people believe that Hitler was what Germany needed and wanted. They knew Hitler was a good speech guy and they knew who could convince Russia.
A major detail on the ballot would be the size of the "yes" circle compared to the "no" circle. I think the most effective piece of propaganda was the speech because of how he included the history of German warfare and practically guilted the voters into saying yes. The tactics of propaganda used by the Nazis show that they took advantage of them in order to gain the support of the people. The Nazis were able to convince 99% of Germans to vote in favor of the annexation of Austria by the use of propaganda.
1. An effective way people were convinced into voting "yes" was with the large amount of voters voting for yes & having Hitler's name bolted.
2. The document C because of the statistics shown of the voters.
3. The different formats do demonstrate different effects, because they all show different types of propaganda and use it to convince a voter into voting yes.
4. The 3 documents demonstrate the statics that the Nazi's used was to convince people into fitting into the society and voting yes, as the others are too.
5. The Nazis convinced 99% of the people into voting "yes" because of the promises he made to them, as in they'd destroy their opposing side & the threats they'd made if they'd vote no.
In the ballot the two answers are YES and no. Making the word Yes big tells people and gives them a hint what the correct answer is. I think that Document C is more effective because it makes them feel confident about their decision. Both propaganda posters want you to vote yes for Hitler as your leader. They all want the Germans to vote for one answer that is Yes. They were able to do that by using propaganda and getting into peoples head to make them vote Yes.
Document C helps persuade people because the letter in bold especially since Hitler always uses red the bold letter always stands out. I thin he puts the letter yes in a bigger box than the no to make people think yes is a better choice. I think Document C is the most effective because it helps people be more confident about the choices they make and make use strong use of propaganda
The ballot shows an efective way to convince people to vote "yes" by having a bigger circle for yes, also it has bold and colored words which Hitler used to persuade the people.I think that the poster is the most effective piece of propaganda because it shows how other people feel and it uses big colorful words.