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It later was developed into rhetoric.
Adolf Hitler is widely regarded by historians as a master orator; his speeches would begin very slowly and gradually build up to an almost ecstatic and frenzied climax that would drive the massive audiences absolutely beserk. One can witness first hand the hypnotic and mesmerizing power of Hitler's speeches by watching the famous Nazi propaganda film Triumph of the Will which was released in 1934, one year after Hitler ascended to power and established Nazi Germany.
- Abd-el-Kader (Algerian)
- Attic orators (Greece)
- Cicero (Roman)
- Lucius Licinius Crassus (Roman)
- Adolf Hitler (Austrian)
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