If the army had a problem congress would be there to support me. Valley Forge At the time of George washington felt bad about how they were treated. The soldiers did not have good food, the soldiers were living in bad conditions in the year 1777 because the house has holes and they had bad food and In the morning it was really cold. If I were a soldier, I would re-enlist because they are losing people and they need people. I would re-enlist so I could fight for my nation, they need more people and i don't want to be a summer soldier.
Harsh Winter Motivation is the only key to succeed in obtaining one’s goals. In December 1777, George Washington mandated an inconsiderable number of soldiers who spent their winter in Valley Forge. Quitting is not an option if you are loyal to your homeland. Soldiers considered the option of excluding themselves from a torturous moment they were in, but some thought of the motivation behind of what war is meant for, so the three main reasons soldiers had in mind for remaining in the battle included the rates of all ill soldiers, the depiction of George Washington’s motivation, and their beliefs in the war cause. The reasons listed above had an impact on the soldiers staying to fight until the end of a tortuous winter.
People who thought that sending men out unwilling would benefit the army force, I feel made a very poor judgement due to the lack of knowledge. I also think that the army would be better off if they just had people who enlisted because you do not know if someone is physically, emotionally, or mentally stable to go to war. Conscription was put into place due to heavy losses in the war, by demanding men to go to war after the fatal deaths of many, what makes this time
In the section “The Cattle of The Sun God” of The Odyssey there is one specific example of this point. It is when the crew is told to not eat Helios’s cattle ,“No sooner had I caught sight of our black hull, than savory odors of fat eddied around me” (Homer line 895-898). Odysseus went to go and pray to Lord Zeus and he fell asleep, he left his men all alone with Helios’s cattle and his men were starving. In a prophecy Odysseus learned that if his men ate the cattle they would all die. Since his men were starving, they killed the cattle and ate them.
On June 26th , the British were ready to make a massive attack on the Fortress of Louisbourg. The French knew their situation was helpless with no relief in sight, so they surrendered. France was stunned that New Englanders had managed most of the attacks. There was much celebration in London and Boston but that was quickly forgotten becauses the Fortress of Louisbourg
Another important reason was the failure of the Schlieffen plan. If this plan would have succeeded, the war would have only been on the eastern front. Even when they didn’t have to fight a war on two sides, Germany messed up in the end with the Spring Offensive. They gained one million soldiers from Russia, due to their Revolution, and they chose to throw most of that army charging forward. When speaking of convoys, it must be understood that the British owned the seas.
The Jungle Analysis: Meat Packing Plants Several problems are revealed in the Industrialization Period through Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle. One of them is the the things that go on behind the walls of the food industry. The conditions here during this time were particularly awful in several ways and for many reasons. Some troubles that surface during this time in the meat packing plants are the use of spoiled, dirty or rotten meat, poor wages for the workers there and the conditions of the working area. In the meat packing plants, there were no laws or rules to abide by for the cleanliness of the food.
My first look on the trench was not pleasant I could see rats ,insects ,dead organisms , it also smelled horrible the smell was unbearable. After spending a few months there I was sure I have made the biggest mistake in my life. Trench life was horrible I had friends that got a lot of diseases like (trench fever, shell shocks, trench foot , gas) and much more. But the most common was the shell shocks people got mad and crazy when they heard a bomb they could not
Why Did Jews Treat Each Other Inhumanely What do you think is the reason what makes those Jews treat other humans so inhumanity? In the book Night by Elie Wiesel, Jews are treated so badly by the Nazis in many ways. Therefore, they treat badly to other humans because the Jews lost their faith, they want to survive in the camp, and they were treated as subhuman which means they don’t need to be civilized anymore. First of all, the Jews acted so inhumanly to others because they wanted to survive in the camp. A father and a son both died because they were fighting for a bread in order to survive.
He shows deploring violence in the beginning, but later in the poem is calmer and gloomier. He is lamenting the dead of the young boys that fought in the war. In addition, he uses graphic descriptions that emphasize how horrid the war atmosphere was. From the hideous noises of guns with “monstrous anger” and “rapid rattles” of the rifles to the exasperation felt for the youth “who die as cattle” and “in their eyes shall shine the holy glimmers of goodbyes”, Owen depicts how much he despised the war. He mourns the undignified death of the youth, like animals in a slaughterhouse, in the first two lines.
The Revolutionary war appeared like it was going to end earlier than expected. Since the British army were driving the revolutionist, led by Washington, out of New York and into New Jersey. The British continuously pursued the crippled colonist army, so Washington led his army across the Delaware river. They camped on the Pennsylvania side of the river, but the army was abridged of supplies. Washington considered a very risky plan, knowing if he didn’t do anything the revolution will come to an end.
By February of 1778, there were only 8,000 soldiers left. That means that over 4,000 soldiers either died or quit at Valley Forge. I wouldn 't want to stay there if that many people were dying and getting sick. During their encampment, through the months of December -June between 1800 to 2500 soldiers had died from an illness. If that
Leaving Valley Forge Valley forge was a camp in the winter with bad conditions that made a lot of soldiers sick, George Washington trained the remaining soldiers. People staying will end up sick or dead. In the document Estimate of Illness and death (Document A) it shows the estimate or people dying from December 1777 - February 1778. It says in December - June there were 1800 to 2500 illnesses. Since they were not in the best conditions there were more deaths.
In December of 1777, American General George Washington and his men took shelter at Valley Forge for the winter. It was 18 miles northwest of the British camp in Philadelphia, and Washington thought it was a perfect spot. But that was not the case for the soldiers. The soldiers had it rough, and many did not want to enlist for the army after. Today, many people wonder if they would stay with George Washington, or not enlist and go home back to their families.
Meat tended to be wormy and bread hard. Even so, his troops were constantly fighting hunger, cold and disease. Such conditions always negatively affect an army 's morale. And in the case of the