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World War II was a time when nearly every nation in Europe and those that were tied to Europe had to rise together to bear arms and take down a tyrannical dictator before he took down some of the last remaining sources of freedom In order to start pushing back Hitler the Allies would have to get into Europe and force Hitler back through battle Finding the location to land their troops the Allies ran into one last problem for the D-day assault They had to take out the heavy guns on the cliffs around the beaches so they would not get destroyed getting onto land This is where the United States Army Rangers came into play Two hundred twenty-five Rangers scaled the cliff while being gunned down by the enemy soldiers at the top Knowing the continent depended on them the Rangers let nothing stand in their way As they gained a foothold at the top of the cliff they quickly took control of the area Realizing the guns had been moved the Rangers hunted them down and destroyed five of the six guns and held off for two days while they waited for their back up to come to their aid By the end of the two days 90 of the 225 soldiers were still able to battle Forty years later Ronald Reagan used his position as the President of the United States to give a speech to commemorate the honor and valor these men and the men of the invasion gave to free a continentIn this speech Ronald Reagan did a very good job of using the pathos or emotions of the listeners Due to the speech being about the battle of Pointe du Hoc on D-day in World War II he knew everyone was going to have very patriotic and sincere emotions about the event Part of his direct audience those who were physically with him on location was comprised of
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