Propaganda Techniques Used In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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In the novel “Animal Farm”, the characteristics of the animals as they pertain to life, war, and of course the novel Animal Farm was pertaining to using certain propaganda techniques against people and also using manipulating animals to take over; same tactics that were used in WWII.
Animal Farm is an allegorical novel by George Orwell, who first published it in England in 1945. According to Orwell, the book reflects events leading up to the Russian Revolution of 1917. A few animals struck my attention in this thrilling story.
First, the pigs and the horses were my favorite out of all the animals. The characteristics of these two interested me, because the pigs were in control of the other animals; always submitted to the orders of the pigs, which were doing all the things that they wanted them to do, just like Hitler did in World War II, the pig started their propaganda by saying that they wanted equality that's the same way that Hitler did it in World War II as well.
Similarly, to Hitler in WWII, the animals desired freedom and equality, which caused the pigs to form a plan to escape. The pigs were a nefarious group of animals that wanted to dominate every other animal on the farm. For example, Napoleon doesn’t educate them for their own good or for the good of all, however, but rather for his own good: they
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The propaganda technique dictat hopes to simplify the decision making process by using images and words to tell the audience exactly what actions to take, eliminating any other possible choices. In the novel Animal Farm, Napoleon and the other pigs used the dictat technique to convince the other animals to start a rebellion along with them. Old Major, another pig that was in the farm, gave multiple speeches and created rules that all the animals agreed to and followed only because they weren’t able to make concrete decisions for