Introduction: Joan of Arc was known for being a Messenger of God. There are many attributes which contribute towards Joan of Arc’s persona. Joan demonstrated qualities of patriotism and religiousness as well as charisma and bravery. Joan is a highly positive influence, she’s exceptionally honourable and a divinely motivated national heroine. Paragraph 1: To begin with the first attribute in which contributed towards Joan’s personality is Patriotism.
St. Joan of Arc was then escorted to Chinon as a male soldier for safety. She asked Charles VII to travel to Orléans with the army and he later accepted. The army then won the battle at Orléans and went into many more battles, and they also made a truce with the English. Soon after the truce with England Joan was captured by Burgundian troops, and was sentenced to die in 1431. She had been tied to a pillar and was burned.
Joan of Arc is remembered as a remarkable woman who stood by her beliefs and led her people of France to freedom. Catholics are fascinated by her because she became a saint out of her outstanding devotion to God even to the point of death. Even non-Catholics are fascinated by her because she was a woman who fought for her country at a time when only men were allowed to do
Women from Greece, Turkey, and China were all inspired by her story to fight for their country’s freedom (The Saint Joan Of Arc Center). Joan influenced Churchill and General Charles De Gaulle as well as the French resistance to Nazi occupation during World War Two (The Saint Joan Of Arc Center). Joan of Arc was a female leader who fought for her country and herself which in result influenced people around the world throughout the
Joanne has a huge impact on the French people after her dead. Since napoleon, Joan of arc is often referred to a political symbol in France. Winston Churchill also had high a high evaluation : “Joan is far beyond the ordinary people, no one can match with her in one thousand. She perfectly reflected the human nature of good and brave.Invincible courage, infinite rich feelings, the pure virtue, the wisdom of the upright it all out on her body.” According to the evaluation, Joanne was seen to the one of the greatest person in the history. Though she was born in a small village and even could not read, she still be the The savior of France several years later.
During the Middle Ages, a time period when strict gender roles heavily restricted the powers of women, it was unheard of for a woman to lead men into battle and nearly impossible for one to influence the outcome of a war (Cawthon). However, Joan of Arc bucked the trend, and despite growing up as a peasant, she played an integral role in securing France 's victory during the Hundred Years’ War. Her unlikely rise and untimely fall occured because of religion and how it influenced her decisions as well as those of the people around her, largely due to the prominence of Christianity in politics during the Middle Ages. At the time of Joan’s birth in 1412 (Robin 191), the Hundred Years’ War was well underway. The war began in 1337 after Charles IV, the king of France, died without producing a male heir and many questioned who would become France’s next leader.
 Willingly, Clara Barton helped distribute supplies like a peacemaker between France and Germany.  Since she had worked so courageously for the army, Clara Barton returned home in 1873 with an Iron Cross to represent her work.  Clara soon became well known.  She is now recognized as the Angle of the Battlefield because of her selfless service in the Civil War
The siblings parents had died when they were younger and they had been together since then. They were unwilling to split up and have only one of them join the army, so they fought side by side until the brother died. Other women tried to become a daughter of the regiment.These women were like a “mascot”. They provide moral support for the soldiers, but they did see a great deal of action. These women were similar to other women soldier, but did half of the fighting and did not have to wear a
She does this by working out, taking night school classes, and trying new things. Norma Jean symbolises a soldier getting ready to go to battle. There are a few example in this story that shows she symbolises a soldier. One of the first examples is that Mabel, her mother, “brought Norma Jean an off-white dust ruffle.” (Mason3) The rifle was one of the weapons that the soldiers used during the Civil War, so it is like Mabel is providing Norma Jean with her weapon for battle. Another example that depicts Norma Jean as a soldier is on page four when Leroy states “ Now she is marching through the kitchen.
This challenge was difficult, because Joan had spent a lot of time working, and putting indefatigable effort into her writing. The teacher kept explaining to them what she would’ve of done. Joan’s mom explaining what everybody should wear. The company trying to take the piece of writing, and honor it. All these actions made Joan feel like she didn’t even own it anymore, which cause her to show what the wild girls actually look like.