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Hitler was a powerful speaker . justify this statement. class 9

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Answered by soorajpanday2502
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Not just good, he was the best! One of the world's most influential orators. His voice reached out from the depths of his blood into the depths of the souls of his listeners. He brought to expression the secrets of the human soul. He roused the tired and lazy, fired up the indifferent and the doubting, turned cowards into men and weaklings into heroes.

"I know that men are won over less by the written than by the spoken word, that every great movement on this earth owes its growth to great orators and not to great writers." Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, 1925.

I admire his hypnotic quality. First the long, excruciating pause before he spoke and then how he used to begin so softly with his arms folded and how he used to uncoil them as his voice started to rise, and then the awful jabbing fluidity of his gestures, perfectly timed to intensify the crescendos of his speech.

What was the effect on the listeners?

Adolf Hitler bewitched his audiences and I credit the Fuhrer's oratory success to his charisma. People became enamored with him. The happy beams on the faces of the young women, the shouts from the men, and the way their arms rose as one to salute him.

The Nazi leader's voice was overwhelmingly powerful, mesmeric and spellbinding. Such was the power in his speech that the people who heard him over the radio said that the body used to come through on the radio. They felt they were following the gestures. Hitler also workshopped his delivery, hand gestures, and body language while practicing his speeches. He worked at his presentation since it was half of his message. He paid painstaking attention to the cultivation of his public image..

Answered by happyabc482
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Hitler was a powerful dictator of Germany. He was a good speaker and give good speech to all people. He ready children's for fighting. He give medals to mother's of children according the numbers of children

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