Although he is going to die, he knows that he still wants to help fuel the revolution. When he is going to be hanged, Hale is given a chance to say his last words. In this time, he talks passionately about the American cause and their desire and fight for freedom. He concludes his words with a famous quote that is still known today. "I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country."
Nathan Hale’s Major accomplishments, later life, death, and how did his accomplishments change the world “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country,” was one of Nathan’s last words when he died on September 22, 1776. Could you have imagined how it would feel to die then when he was so young. Those were not the only famous words he said though. He also said “I wish to be useful, and every kind of service necessary to the public good is honorable by being necessary.” I don’t know how these amazing people can come up with these words when they speak. They make you feel like you can do anything whenever you want.
In disabled, a man has been injured by war and it changed his life forever. Owen used the metaphor “waiting for dark”, to show how his life had changed dramatically. The metaphor could be interpreted in two ways, it could be taken literally by thinking that as he cannot move, the only thing that can be done is wait for night time and hope someone comes to see him the next day. It could also be thought as a euphemism for death, darkness could be death and as the soldier had suffered injuries which made him undesirable to others. Owen also uses graphic imagery to describe why some people may find him undesirable “Legless, sewn short at elbow” at the time, being disabled in any way was seen as a bad thing as they weren’t accepted in society by most.
And, twenty years later, O’Brien is still living with the guilt. He doesn 't want to tell her truth just yet. After he killed the soldier Tim stated,"Even now I haven 't finished sorting it out. Sometimes I forgive myself, other times I don 't"(2). Trying to understand the hardship that soldiers go through after coming home from combat, It may be a hard period of time to recover but it takes day-to-day to start a future
The other thought Victor had about suicide was, “In that hour I should die and at once satisfy and extinguish his malice.”(Shelley 158). He wanted to live no longer because the monster threatened him and he was just done with life. “Feels very sad, down, empty or hopeless.’(NIMH). Victor felt sad during this time because “I thought of Elizabeth, of my father, and of Clerval.”(Shelley 162). Victor was long away from his “sister”, his dad and his friend, he just wanted to see his family and friend.
His life spanned 56 years from birth on April 20, 1889 to his death on April 30, 1945, caused by suicide. Hitler’s influences will be felt forever in American society because he made a huge impact on German and Jewish societies. (www.biography.com)
Even that he was observed twenty for hours seven days a week, his outlaw life died on France. Perpignan’s prison killed and buried Frank Abagnale when he was imprisoned. Frank Abagnale was still alive but the outlaw was dead long before he arrived to the United States. During his whole life he acquired knowledge that no other person would have. This is important because that made possible his afterlife arise, and it makes possible his redemption sharing his knowledge in order to do something good for the
Sinbad lives like tomorrow might be his last and he accepts that his death is inevitable. Later in the retelling of his voyages, Sinbad tells of his immense and horrific sufferings. On numerous occasions Sinbad is on the near brink of death and even wishes it would happen to him so his suffering would end: “I longed for death, but,
Erich Maria Remarque was born in Osnabruck, Germany, in 1898 into a middle-class family of lower status. In 1916, he was drafted into the German army to fight in World War I, in which he was unfortunately wounded. He published,Im Westen Nichts Neues,ten years after the war ended, rewritten in English a year later as All Quiet on the Western Front, a novel about the experiences of typical German soldiers during the war. In presenting his terribly realistic version of a soldier 's experience, Remarque presented an un-made beautiful war story in the firmly ,with loyalty, anti-war All Quiet on the Western Front. The novel instantly became an international, critically-gave respect to success.
The risks of life, the bad living conditions, and killing people are all the things we may never need to face to. We may consider people who died in the war and fight for our own countries heroes. They are, but what is good for being a dead hero? The only thing can make us understand the war is the real war, but hopefully, war will not happen again. ★ ★ ★ ★ ╱ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
We also could have been part of Britain and were all killed off because of treason and our life would be different. Men may be quitting because of hard trials but this our country and why not fight for it.So every day you are thankful for havieng a free country to live remember those solldiers from 1777- 1778 who stayed and fought for us and our
Shout like hell and fight like devils!” (The Battle of Kings Mountain) Fight they did! One hour later, there were 290 dead, 163 wounded, and 668 taken prisoner. (Scribe, 2014) Major Ferguson lay dead. The next day, Cornwallis received Ferguson’s plea for help. President Hoover summarized “Here less than a thousand men, inspired by the urge of freedom, defeated a superior force intrenched in this strategic position.
About how she would feel about things that he’s done to escape the society that he lives in. "It 's not just the woman that died," said Montag. "Last night I thought about all the kerosene I 've used in the past ten years. And I thought about books. And for the first time I realized that a man was behind each one of the books."
Coolidge is the last living recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor for Tennessee’s soldiers involved in World War II. After months of training, Coolidge descended into the waters off of the shore of Northern Africa, where some of the men drowned before they could even reach shore. Where, “for more than a year, he had chased the retreating Germans through Europe…As Coolidge’s unit went up the boot of Italy and crossed the Rapido River to engage the Germans at Monte Cassino, the fighting was vicious and the American losses heavy — more than 2,300 casualties.” (Jessica Bliss) In the midst of battle, no more than 25 yards away from enemy tanks, stood Charles Coolidge. German soldiers encouraged him and his men to surrender, but Coolidge was not about to take the orders of an enemy. The tanks shot at him five times at point blank range, and five times Coolidge dodged them and made a fool of their efforts.
Plus the conditions are bad/awful. Though I am going to re-enlist, because Washington needs healthy men, the people need my help, and I want my freedom. I’m also going to stay due to my country needing me. Plus I will die helping my country instead of dying for nothing. It is important for every soldier at Valley Forge to be asked whether to stay or leave because General Washington needs to know if you will stand with him and fight for what 's right.