Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, also known as the conservationist president, became the 26th and youngest President of the nation’s history. Roosevelt once said, “We have fallen heirs to the most glorious heritage a people ever received, and each one must do his part if we wish to show that the nation is worthy of its good fortune.” Roosevelt wanted individuals to do their part by protecting and cherishing the nation’s resources, and that led Teddy to be an important figure in American history. Roosevelt was important because he had the desire to make society more fair and equitable with economic opportunities for all Americans. America wouldn’t be the same without Roosevelt because of his dedication to conserve and make a change.
President Theodore Roosevelt became president in 1901 after William McKinley. Roosevelt was vice-president but took the presidential position when McKinley was assassinated. He was the youngest president in United States History, but brought new excitement and power to the presidency as he led Congress and the American public towards progressive reforms and a strong foreign policy. Teddy Roosevelt had a prodigious impact on the United States during his presidency from 1901 to 1908, changing the landscape of the U.S. politically, economically, and socially. With all of his accomplishments while he was in office, consisting of the Square Deal, preserving lands, and many more, he improved the U.S overall.
John F. Kennedy won the 1960 US presidency election by a small margin as the youngest and the only Roman Catholic president in history. In the peak of the cold war, Kennedy delivered the most influential inaugural address of all time, in which he inspires and unites people listening, watching or reading his speech around the world. I believe Kennedy successfully establishes his legacy of encouraging people to take positive actions for liberty through his inaugural address with the efficient use of ethos, logos and pathos. Kennedy gradually builds his ethos as a strong yet approachable leader in the speech. As the president of US, Kennedy has an automatic ethos.
John Hancock was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence and has the largest signature. He claimed that he would be honored as the first signee if America won the war, and if America lost he would be the first to be hanged for treason. After he signed, he mockingly said “There, George the Third can read that without his spectacles.” He died October 8th in 1793 and is remembered mainly for his rambunctious
Abraham Lincoln is one of America 's greatest role model because his incredible impact on the nation. His remarkable story of the rise from growing up in a poor family, to achieve presedency in the US, then, a sudden and surprising death at a time when his country was in deep concern to complete the great task to reconstruct the nation. Lincoln 's personality and historical role as savior of the Union and saviour of the slaves creates a history that will long last. The gettysburg address and the emancipation proclamation were one of his greatest accomplishments he 's ever done. His passion of democracy that the Union was worth saving expresses the ideals of self-government that all nations wish to
Thomas Jefferson ran for the presidential election in 1800 and was finally elected in 1801 to become the third United States President. Before this win, he ran in the prior election, lost to John Adams, and then became vice president because of his second place finish. Among those accomplishments he also was a Founding Father, a champion of democracy, and he wrote most of the Declaration of Independence. His win was the first Republican victory after the first twelve years of Federalist presidencies.
The crusades are the medieval military expeditions that pope Urban || issued to the European to stop fighting against each other and reclaim Jerusalem or the 'holy land" from the Muslims. Jerusalem was important as the saviour Jesus Christ was born there. The crusade started in the late 1000s to the 1500s. Pope Urban || convinced people to join the crusade with the promises of having their sins forgiven. Others joined for hopes of power, territory and riches.
The preliminary Emancipation Proclamation warned all rebellious states that within 100 days if they have not returned to the Union all their slaves will be free. As per the terms of the preparatory Proclamation, President Lincoln on January 1, 1863, issued his last Emancipation Proclamation, which was viable upon its issuance. The Emancipation Proclamation, which can be viewed as an act of bravery was actually very selfish. As one dig deep in history, it shows that Lincoln was never an abolitionist but did all he could to protect the Union. This politics will be discussed more later on in the paper.
Barbarossa was a powerful warrior who led the famous crusades when he went about conquering cities and lands. In 1152, according to John Haaren, author of Famous Men of the Middle Ages, Frederick Barbarossa became king of the Germans. A few years into his reign, Milan revolted, sending Barbarossa over the Alps to put down the rebellion (Haaren; 180) “ After a long siege the city surrendered” Haaren claims. Satisfied, Barbarossa and his men returned to Germany, believing the Milanese would not attempt another revolt (180).
This battle occurred on May 31 1916. It was the biggest naval battle in WW1 between the Royal Navy and the German Navy at Jutland, Denmark. The battle had been fought because the German navy wanted to get easy access to the Atlantic ocean, but the Royal Navy did not want it to let pass because the UK needed to commerce on the Atlantic and it fought Germany could ruin this situation. Germany decided to fight Britain with as many battleships and submarines as possible. Room 40 understood the coded message which mentioned this battle so the UK deployed its forces in time and and Germany lost the surprise effect.
On the 9th of October, Robert Sheldon was found lying on the tainted red grass of Oak Park. The park was described to be “about two blocks square, with a fountain in the middle and a small swimming pool for little kids.” Police investigators ran through a body analysis showing Sheldon was stabbed by a switchblade around two-thirty in the morning. Hours later after the body was found, police went around asking Sheldon’s family and friends. Three kids, who are witnesses say Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade were responsible.
Napoleon Bonaparte may have one of the most controversial legacies in modern history. However, it is undeniable that he left a lasting impact that is still felt today. Small things like the French tri-color, and the monuments they erected, are still prevalent to this day. However, his legacy is not only limited to, his wars, but also to things like the destruction of the Holy Roman Empire, the numerous failed invasions of England, his disastrous invasion of Russia, his overthrow of the Spanish, that we have not focused on. So in conclusion, Napoleon’s legacy can be seen through his established order, his introduction of new ideas, and the Napoleonic wars.
In 2004, Doug Levitt started a journey that would change his life forever. He traveled on Greyhound buses and met people who were struggling to get by. He was inspired by the people he met and decided to write songs and stories about them. Doug traveled via Greyhound buses for eight years. He also took thousands of pictures.
Ever Since Todd Marinovich was a little baby, his father began training him to be a great football player. Even the baby food consisted of liver and protein! His father pushed him out of his carriage early so that he would stand early and develop strong legs. Didn’t let the baby in carriage. He had to learn how to walk early.
The Bielski Brothers were regarded as one of the most significant Jewish resistance efforts against Nazi Germany during World War II.Their story has become widely known. Who were these remarkable resisters to the Nazis? Throughout the War, the Bielski group leaders emphasized providing a safe haven for Jews, particularly women, children, and elderly person who managed to flee into the forest.