Trenches were dug in two different ways, with a space of land in the middle. Many men died in this “no-man’s land.” Trench warfare was deadly, horribly inefficient, and brutal for the soldiers living there. Trench warfare was deadly because of all the new technologies being utilized during World War I. One of the new and improved technologies was the machine gun. The machine gun was responsible for killing many soldiers when they crossed into “no-man’s land.” The machine gun would fire hundreds of bullets with the pull of the trigger.
A significant amount of being a hero involves physically fighting. One could say since Achilleus is fighting and presenting a hope of victory for the Argives then he is portrayed as more heroic. However, hero’s are praised for their selflessness in battle and their good hearts, not acting on anger and revenge. Patroklos sets a good example of a hero, with such empathy for his countrymen he says, “… such grief has fallen upon the Achaians. For all those who were before the bravest in battle are lying up among the ships with arrow or spear wounds” (XVI 22), and then pleading with Achilleus to let him go into battle.
Scar had a jealous conscience and dark deep desires since Simba was the heir to the throne. Thus he wanted to murder Mufasa and Simba to seize the position. He murders Mufasa but Simba survived, Scar then advised Simba to run away, declaring he was responsible for the tragic death of his father and to never come back, like this he would not disturb his reign. The fervor for power led Scar to murder his own brother who was the king were horrendous actions shaped by power. Once Scar reigned he did as he pleased with his reign, at the end, there was no water or food left it to turn into an eerie place plenty of evilness.
To defend his wife, and himself in order to survive he needs weapons. Many ‘Infected’ people are trying to kill him, and he has killed many. But, for him to be safe he has to go to the nearest city, which is 103 miles away from their town. Throughout the miles both the man, and his wife have put their lives in danger to save people. The worst thing isn’t the infected people , the operators had announced they will drop a nuclear weapon in that town.
The violence, though it takes place off stage, is described as being very gory and murderous. Macbeth is a very skilled warrior and begins to take pleasure in killing people. Violence begins to completely consume the thoughts and actions of Macbeth. After killing Duncan, Macbeth realizes what he has done as he sees the blood scattered against his robes. He has become king and now will not be usurped of his power, at least not without a fight.
Then he set out to conquer the rest of the world until his death in 323 BC. People today argue whether he is a hero or a villain, but he is a villain because he was cruel to every one of his enemies, he became extremely power hungry, and mercilessly killed people. Alexander was cruel to people. First
When the mongols are getting ready to fight they set up in a certain way that the people believe that there is a huge army coming to get them and they get scared (Doc D). Their first wave is captured people from other places to fight them head on. The Mongols didn't even go into the first wave. This wave was most likely to get them tired for when the mongols attacked and finished them off. Carpini mentions that the Mongols split into different groups so that some could receive rest while others fought but the opposing forces would fight day and night (Doc D).
It’s not just a line from the drill instructor; I believe it has a lot of meaning. It’s almost like Joker’s instructions to hide behind his public persona of a warrior, a facade that helps him get through the entirety of the film until after killing the female sniper in vengeance of Cowboys death, his ultimate war face has to be shown. All in vengeance of Cowboy being killed. The death of his best friend finally made him transform into a killer, he wanted to truly kill. But once he gets to the sniper he sees that not only is the sniper critically injured, but to the point they will die, but it’s a female sniper.
This action alerts the enemy and an informant which starts the whole shoot out. The end of that conflict is when the sniper shoots the other one with a pistol. The conflict could be interpreted as man vs society since the Republican sniper is facing a whole bunch opposite thinking people. But the story is mainly focused on the two snipers and not the snipers place in the whole battle. Therefore I chose it as man vs man.
The Sniper In this story the sniper faces many conflicts with his emotions because of the brutal actions he does throughout the story to become a soldier of war. During the massive gunfire that the enemy shot at the sniper, the sniper was able to shoot another sniper which was his brother, that was on the opposing side.The challenges the sniper faces are immoral and unnatural because Killing people in order to survive is his daily routine. On a daily basis he must decide on pulling the trigger in order to survive or risk getting killed. In a war, a soldier must put his feelings and emotions aside to do what is expected as soldier. The external problem the sipers is facing is “Man vs. man”,
Ulysses S. Grant, The commander in chief had a unique way of fight wars. His way was to relentlessly chance his opponent. Although this way of fighting coasted many deaths to his own army it also caused many more for General Robert E. Lee. Because of these great loses of men it brought Lee to do something that he would rather “die a thousand deaths” than do. This was to surrender to Grant.
Not wanting their men falling over dead without even being in battle, generals decided to try different tactics and variations to try take land quicker through trench warfare. They used a guerillastyle type of technique in which the land in between both armies, endorsed with the name No Man’s Land, would be sprinted through in order to get into the enemy’s trench, and then would kill as many enemies as possible. During this, they’d also try to destroy as much of the bunker as they could, and then would sprint back over to the ‘safety’ of their own trench. It was a petty way of fighting, and many good men died because of this brutal fighting type. Surprisingly, the realization that war with the same level of technology would be a bad idea was not learned until after another World War.
They were killing them left and right. Bodies laid on the ground while more men fought. There were men that weren’t killed but were severely injured also. The British were on a killing rampage and they didn’t stop until the American soldiers finally had enough to overpower them and kill most of them. The battle was fought on land and water.
But one of the scenes which stood out was Mack’s death, which showed his fighting spirit even until his last moment. Addy, at that time, wasted on time in shooting Mack to prevent him from turning into one of the zombies. The episode ended with Addy finding Murphy and beating the hell out of him because of everything he put the team
The movie is said to be a clearly epic but fiction. It really teaches us how to be brave in every trial and challenge in life. The main character Beowulf faces many strong opponents but in the end he defeated all. Beowulf wanted to be honor by his fellow soldiers and for that reason he fiercely battled with the beast, Grendel, who ate all men in sight. The movie is really horrible especially the scenario when Beowulf and Grendel fought each other.