These three movements in India paved the way for India 's independence from Britain. The Golden Temple Massacre was known as one of the most extraordinary battles in military history. Gurkha troops came into the Jallianwala Bagh and began to shoot at the unarmed citizens of India. They were meeting to talk about nonviolent resistance and protest but the British had passed a law that said they couldn 't do that anymore. Dyers Soldiers lined up and pointed their guns and started shooting at the people there listening to the speech.
British soldiers wanted to suppress fact and clash with the colonists who were acting. Soldiers used guns to shoot them and there were 5 people dead. This famous event is been called Boston Massacre. After the Boston Massacre, colonists started to against the British government. So some of them, they called themselves ‘Sons of Liberty’, were making messes everywhere.
One of the day Cinque led a revolt, killing the captain and the cook of the ship, they prisoned Ruiz and Montez for them to take them over again to Africa but instead they went opposite direction and landed in the United Sates where they went to jail and to a trial with the charges of murdering. There were a lot of things happening during the trip in the Amistad. But we are going to start in when Cinque, led the revolt. First of
The Boston Massacre (1770): It was a street fight which occured on March 5, 1770 between a patriot and a squad of British soldiers, some colonists were killed and the news about the Boston Massacre quickly spread out. The British soldiers had been billeted in Boston since October 1768 to protect and support crown-appointed colonial officials. After firing into the crowd without order, five people were killed and others were wounded. Part
But he struggled to claim some of his lost titles, they were never returned. Christopher died on May 20, 1506, Christopher died still believing he founded a shorter route to Asia. Although he did a good job at what he did, he failed to do what he set out to do. What he set out to do was to find a shorter route to Asia and all of the riches that would bring to
This infuriated the unemployed because the soldiers derived income from the army which allowed them to work for the lower wages offered by the employers. The Boston Massacre took place on March 5, when a crowd gathered outside the customs house and began pelting the guardsmen with snowballs and rocks. Captain Thomas Preston then ordered his men to push the crowd back. It is said that one of the soldiers slipped, causing his musket to be discharged accidentally. "The remaining soldiers, perhaps believing that in the tumult Preston had ordered them to fire, shot into the crowd, killing five Bostonians and wounding six (pg 100)."
On a cold night of March 5, 1770 in Boston, Massachusetts, nine British soldiers fired shots into a crowd of one hundred Bostonians. Five were fatally injured or killed in the shooting, and some of the people killed were not even in the mob. This caused major corruption amongst the town, across the state, even across what was then America. Captain Preston, who ordered all to fire, was found innocent and two soldiers were convicted of manslaughter. This was named as the Boston Massacre, which had a lot to do with how America is today.
The reason I believe this was an important cause because it was, “ the first episode which resulted in the loss of life.” It is stated that, “Four Bostonians were killed when Redcoats fired into an angry mob.” The reason why this tragic event happened was because apparently an American began to patronize a Redcoat named John Goldfinch standing guard. Another Redcoat nearby, named Hugh White, joined Goldfinch to defend him. White became agitated and struck the patriot in the face with his musket. When the patriot cried out in pain, a mob of fifty or so Bostonians gathered. Goldfinch retreated to the nearby
The people received justice because the overthrown government had many issues. The government orchestrated evil acts of terror that left many Egyptians living under fear. The occupation of Imbaba serves as the best example because in 1992, government forces occupied the town for six weeks. The soldiers harassed and arrested civilians in the name of rooting out al-game's al-islamiyya followers. The occupation resulted in a war that led to the death of 1106 people.
England and France are at war over dueling claims to the Spanish throne, and the conflict has spread to the North American colonies where the Mohawk tribes have become aligned with the French. On February 29th, 1704, the war comes to the small New England town of Deerfield. The town is brutally attacked by a Mohawk raiding party and set on fire. Some of the residents are killed and scalped, some escaped, and others are captured and taken back to the territory of New France in what is now Canada. The target of the raid was Deerfield’s prominent reverend, John Williams, who was planned to be traded for the French captain Jean Baptiste Guyon, who was currently being held by the English.