• Analysis Of The Poem Dreamers
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    Dreamers Dreamers is a WWI poem that is about the soldiers rather than the war itself, the message of the poem is that soldiers although viewed as hated killers that kill innocent victims the poem expresses the fact that the soldiers are just like the "normal" person, the poem also consists of many thoughts and doesn't single out one side or another this shows that is was probably written by a observer of the war or someone that was directly involved in the war itself. The first two lines of the...
  • Buffalo Soldiers Army Black Regiment
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    Buffalo Soldiers The Buffalo Soldiers Museum has been opened approximately for 4 years now. The purpose of the museum is to explain the history and outstanding contributions the buffalo soldiers have made for the United States of America. The Buffalo Soldiers represented the first black professional solders in a peacetime army. The recruits came from several backgrounds including former slaves and veterans from service in the Civil War. These African Americans have served proudly in every great ...
  • Joining The Colours Soldiers War Poem
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    The two poems I am comparing are 'Joining The Colours' by Katherine Tynan and 'The Send Off' by Wilfred Owen. ' Joining The Colours' is about a regiment of soldiers leaving Dublin in August 1914 to go to France to fight. This was at the beginning of the First World War and all the soldiers were happy because it was an opportunity for them to show their girlfriends and their families that they were brave. 'The Send Off' is about a regiment of young soldiers who are departing later in the war. Th...
  • Soldiers Animals Vicious Brave
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    SOLDIERS TAKE ON CHARACTERISTICS OF BEASTS Throughout history, there has always been wars. Whether it was about pride, money, or territories, they all have one thing in common. All the soldiers in these wars have taken on characteristics of animals. 'Only by doing so can a soldier survive. This is true in any war situation.' 1 They become vicious, braver, protective, develop better senses, and after the war, they do not want to remember what happened in the battle field. Animals are vicious. An...
  • Leadership As Treating Soldiers Respect Robert
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    I believe Robert held very high standards for his soldiers even though they were black. He treats them with dignity and equal respect as would be given to the soldiers who are white. He gives them a sense of humanity and dignity as if they belong there and are just as willing, competent, and capable of being good soldiers. By treating them with this respect they fight for a different reason other than because they have to, rather because they must meet the standards presented by their leader by ...
  • All Quiet On The Western Front
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    Remarque's novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, transpires in the trenches of the Nazi Western Front, which is protected by the young German soldiers World War I. Paul B"au mer, the narrator; enters the war under pressure to enlist; goes to the front and learns about the brutality of war. Paul witnesses the extreme violence that defines war during his time spent on the Western Front. B"au mer and his cronies learn to except the war as part of their lives, but the pains of battle which tear the...
  • Russian Cossacks Portrayed As Heroes
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    I believe the soldiers to have been portrayed as heroic for a number of reasons, The first reason being that the soldiers are British. This poem was written by a British poet who obviously intended to use it for propaganda purposes. Simply because of the fact that the soldiers are risking their lives for Britain makes them heroes to the intended audience. The second reason I believe the soldiers are portrayed as heroes, is due to their valiant performance which is described, that even though the...
  • World War 1 Price Of Glory
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    The Price of Glory: Verdun 1916, written by Alistair Horne, All Quiet on the Western Front, written by Erich Maria Remarque, and the many letters written by soldiers give several different and similar views of World War 1. The letters written by the soldiers talk about his or her individual problems and how they miss and love his or her families. In The Price of Glory: Verdun 1916, Alistair Horne writes day to day stories about the Battle of Verdun and of soldiers discussing his or her feelings ...
  • Boston Massacre British Soldiers
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    The Boston Massacre is considered by many historians to be the first battle of the Revolutionary War. The fatal incident happened on March 5 of 1770. The massacre resulted in the death of five colonists. British troops in the Massachusetts Bay Colony were there to stop demonstrations against the Townshend Acts and keep order, but instead they provoked outrage. The British soldiers and citizens brawled in streets and fought in bars. The citizens viewed the British soldiers as potential oppressors...
  • The Beast Role In These Soldiers
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    In the movie "The Beast", Second in Command, Constantine and Arab Khan, Mej both exhibit similar and different ideals. Some of these ideals such as leadership, tactical knowledge and their attitude toward the Russian soldiers play an important role in these soldiers fates. Both Constantine and Mej have very good leadership abilities. They are similar in that both of them have their position forced upon them. Mej becomes Khan when the ruling Khan is killed and his older brother is run over by a t...
  • Remarque Soldiers Inhuman War
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    lie shit went to the park and got some poop in his sausage it was fin the whole club went to look at his shush and i am just this stupid paper so that i can get a free one god bless america All Quiet on the Western Front is by Erich Maria Remarque. This book was an extraordinary war story. Remarque uses excellent words and phrases to describe crucial details of the book. Remarque had first hand experience because he was a German in World War I. He expresses his opinions through Paul, the main c...
  • Baron Von Steuben Continental Army
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    The Prussian Baron von Steuben, being a newcomer to the Revolutionary cause in America, was in a position to see many of the deficiencies in military discipline and their causes. The reasons for his unique insight may have be endue to the fact that he was distanced from the revolutionary ideals in America, and as a result, was able to better observe and understand them; and ultimately use them to shape his new and successful form of discipline in the Continental Army. Most of the commanders of t...
  • The Daily Life In A Civil War Camp
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    Officers in the field lived much better than enlisted men. They generally assigned one or two officers to a tent. Since they provided their own personal gear, items varied greatly and reflected individual taste. Each junior officer was allowed one trunk of personal belongings that was carried in one of the baggage wagons. Higher-ranking officers were allowed more baggage. Unlike infantrymen, who slept and sat on whatever nature provided, officers sometimes had the luxury of furniture. Enlisted ...
  • Paul Revere British Soldiers Minutemen
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    Dr. Joseph Warren learned of the British plans and sent Paul Revere to alert John Hancock and Samuel Adams. Paul Revere promised to warn them when the British soldiers started to march. Since he wasn't sure that he would be able to get out of Boston with the message, he made plans to alert people by putting lanterns in the Old North Church steeple. He would light one lantern if the British were coming by land, and two lanterns if the British were coming by sea. On the evening of April 18 th, th...
  • All Quiet On The Western Front
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    All Quiet on the Western Front All Quiet on the Western Front is by Erich Maria Remarque. This book war story. Remarque uses excellent words and phrases details of the book. Remarque had first hand experience because he was a German in World War I. So he expresses his opinions through Paul of the book. One of the strongest themes in this book is man inhuman. From the author's point of view soldiers was various non-living objects that were inhuman. The soldiers are compared to coins of different...
  • African American Soldiers In The War Of 1898
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    One of the great travesties in the study of American history is the lack of credit given to the accomplishments of African Americans. In times of war while the United States was becoming an empire, roles of African Americans were overlooked. There is no greater example than that of the Spanish American War. African American soldiers played a remarkable role in this war, and all too often their role has been disregarded and passed over by authors of the subject. Evidently, these authors were almo...
  • Soldiers Begin To Call The Priest Henry One 8216
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    For hundreds of years, writers have used religion as a fundamental issue and point of discussion in their novels. Joseph Conrad expressed his views in Heart of Darkness, George Orwell did the same in 1984 and in other writings, and even Ernest Hemingway used his writing to develop his own ideas concerning the church. This is fully evident in his novel A Farewell to Arms. Even in a book in which the large majority of the characters profess their atheism, the ideas of the church materialize repeat...
  • Disillusionment Because Soldiers War Cause
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    The Harsh Realizations of Life During World War I During the war the soldiers in All Quiet on the Western Front, by Erich Maria Remarque, become disillusioned because of the people dying all around them. The soldiers end up losing all of their hope and, as a result, become spiritually dead. There souls had to go through a more a bloodier and painful death than their bodies. This war ended up becoming a cause of their disillusionment because of all of the people dying around them and losing all h...
  • All Quiet On The Western Front
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    Remarque s novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, transpires in the trenches of the Nazi Western Front, which is protected by the young German soldiers World War I. Paul B umer, the narrator; enters the war under pressure to enlist; goes to the front and learns about the brutality of war. Paul witnesses the extreme violence that defines war during his time spent on the Western Front. B umer and his cronies learn to except the war as part of their lives, but the pains of battle which tear the you...
  • All Quiet On The Western Front
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    Nationalism can be defined as having a sense of belonging and loyalty to ones country or nation state. Of all the European nations, France was the first to sport the idea of nationalism. Many countries became influenced by the French's ideas of nationalism. As a result nationalism had spread throughout out Europe by the nineteenth and twentieth century. One result that nationalism had on Europe was, the wanting of unification. The people of nation states wanted their country to belong to. This ...