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Genre Analysis Outline

Both topics focus on the perspective of the Axis powers during World War
Two.
"The Battle of Berlin: An Eyewitness Account" by Gerda Drews, this topic's
genre type is a typography. The Thesis of this topic explains the German
people are living and what they are going through during and after the battle
of Berlin.
"World War Two from the German point of view" has no clear author, this
source is an iconography. The thesis of this source is how the Axis powers are
going through before and after the war.

"The Battle of Berlin: An Eyewitness Account" is organized in chronological


order, has pictures and letters from eyewitnesses.
"World War Two from the German point of view" is organized in
chronological order, has music and its formal type of speech has a more
dramatic tone to the video

Both talk about the war in the Axis point of view, explaining the horrors that
they are going through the war.
The intended audience for "World War Two from the German point of view" is
to anyone studying history. The intended audience for "World War Two from
the German point of view" is mainly to Nazi fanatics.
"World War Two from the German point of view" purpose is to inform and also
to entertain. "The Battle of Berlin: An Eyewitness Account" purpose is to
inform.
Both sources are trying to encourage awareness in what happened to the
Germans throughout the war.
Both topics speak about the horrors committed by the Allies.
Both topics' information is credible as they have dates and detailed info
about their subject.
Both topics help evoke a sad and depressing tone as they include information
and eye witness accounts
They use eyewitness accounts to support their information
One of the differences is that "The Battle of Berlin" talks about atrocities
committed by the allies, while "world war two..." Talks about the war in
general
Both topics achieved their purpose as they both tried to inform us.
Iconography was more effective as it had visuals, music, color and had more
information.

Citations
"The Battle for Berlin: An Eyewitness Account." The Battle for Berlin: An Eyewitness
Account : Blog: Wartime Wednesdays | Elinor Florence. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Feb.
2017.

"The Battle for Berlin: An Eyewitness Account." The Battle for Berlin: An Eyewitness
Account : Blog: Wartime Wednesdays | Elinor Florence. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Feb.
2017.