She had the problems of religion as her sister Mary was catholic. And she used to burn Protestants, this made the Protestants very angry as they wanted to escalate the situation and burn the Catholics. Next was the problem of marriage. The public wanted her to find a suitor so that she would have both a heir to the throne and could give advice to the future
Jeanne d’Arc has an important political importance which she command and led the army. For Joan’s ability of leadership on the battlefield has been one of the arguments in history, witnesses said she often made a wise and quite decisions on the battlefield. According the review to historians Edouard Perroy, he presumes Joan leadership role on the battlefield is mainly on morale which means Joan encouraged her soldiers struggled for the country. These analyses are often based on later Joan 's testimony in the trial, Joan said she paid more attention to her military flag, rather than the sword. Another analyses is depends on Stephen w. Richey, he said that she reversed the war situation, lead the France armies to defense the countries.” In either case, historians agree that the French army created a remarkable triumph under her leadership.
In a time of such desperation who do you look to? As a citizen it 's the person that has sealed their life for the insurance of your safety and protection. Queen Elizabeth I exemplified such raw and passionate traits for her people in an address to her troops during a time of war. The queen 's speech was delivered as a way to show her trustworthiness in the ability of her troops to protect the civilians in the batter against the Spaniards, all the while persuading her people that she were as fit a queen as any king could be during a time when such a dominant ruler was needed. This speech would be one that would not only move the civilians so much so that they 'd put their fate in the hands of the queen and her troops, but also force that would will these troops to be brave and fight with the strength reign through.
“Queen Elizabeth preferred spies to...ambassadors. Spies were less expensive and usually provided more accurate information” (“Espionage” 2). If spies had not developed in England due to William Cecil’s suspicion of Mary, Queen Elizabeth would have only ambassadors to send to other countries, who may have not have been able to obtain the information they would need to protect the queen. If the Babington Conspiracy and the plans of the Spanish Armada were not uncovered, England would have fallen to their enemies. To start, in the Babington conspiracy “[Gifford] obtained what Walsingham needed: a letter from Mary to Babington that confirmed her support to assassinate the queen.” Later, during the plans of the armada, “Walsingham received extensive reports about Spanish preparations to launch an invasion of England...this intelligence helped England plan a strong defense” (“Walsingham, Francis” 5 & 6).
She knew that “if, at the end of the day, it was impossible to be both a wife and a Queen - then Elizabeth would always choose to be a Queen.” (Loades, p. 212) that could be why she never got married. However, the reasons were both personal and political. At the end of the speech, she entrusts the command of the battle in her “lieutenant general”, Robert Dudley. She believes that he will guide them into victory and so they should follow him. Nevertheless, some historians question whether Elizabeth really went to cheer her troops at Tilbury or not and whether she made the speech.
Malala’s religious beliefs were always a driving force. She prayed to God to bring her valley peace, but also while she was growing up, she experienced the religious extremist group, the Taliban. The Taliban would beat people in the streets, send death threats, and outlaw entertainment all because they wanted power and to get that power they used religion as a weapon. While the Taliban was bombing her city, her and her family had to survive, and they took drastic measures in doing so. One example of this is when her father took different ways home from work, so the Taliban would not know where he was.
The tolerance to break this is accepted more or less among people, and their success makes other hard-working people in to believing the same. Although the official rules, kings and leaders, in this case Macbeth, can believe that dishonesty sometimes can be a tolerated method by helping themselves and the ones that surrounds them to success. Macbeth faces a hard time standing up to his very own decisions and listens to lady Macbeth that eventually makes him want to live up to her expectations. This destroys his personality quickly and gets very paranoid that makes him corrupt and disloyal. When Macbeth achieved the position as a king in such random matter and surprisingly for both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, the lack of preparations not just physically, but mentally has very big consequences.
It was a big incentive to the English military. In her speech shows her respect for her army which she describes as full of love and loyalty to the sovereign "faithful and loving people"(Elizabeth I ,the speech), she wants make them feel they weren’t alone and she was with them even she is ready to die for her country. Her intention is clear and firm, not an adventure day.” I am come amongst you at this time, to live or die amongst you all; to lay down, for my God, and for my kingdom, and for my people” (Elizabeth I , the speech). Elizabeth is portrayed in his words as a virgin married to England, so an attack against the country is an attack on her and her virginity. Elizabeth was criticized for being a woman and also by weak and delicate appearance.
Yet when analyzing her actions deeper, one discovers that Hermia is a strong character who displays honorable and respectable traits. For example, Hermia defends her thoughts about her love to Lysander by confronting those who have greater power than she does. Furthermore, after determining that she would rather remain unmarried than be with someone who she does not truly love, Hermia boldly decides to run away with Lysander. Even when Robin casts a spell on Lysander that confuses him about who he loves, Hermia works to convince him of the love they share and fearlessly confronts her childhood friend Helena about the situation. Hermia’s willingness to fully realize her ultimate desire requires fortitude, strength, and an ability to decipher when actions are not suitable to character.
If you were against the Protestant faith, then you must be against the Queen and the country - a traitor. Anyone wanting to remain a Roman Catholic was seen as a potential traitor and spy. At Elizabeth 's death in 1603, there was a hope amongst Catholics that the new ruler, James VI of Scotland