This is my decision for the Herero people.” 2 days later, von Trotha wrote to the Chief of Staff: “I believe that this nation as a nation must be exterminated… I prefer for the nation to disappear entirely rather than allow them to infect our troops with their diseases.” After the defeat of the Herero, the Nama rebelled against the Germans, but von Trotha and his troops quickly shut them down. On April 22, 1905 von Trotha sent a message to the Nama, “The Nama who chooses not to surrender and lets himself be seen in the German area will be shot, until all are exterminated. Those who, at the start of the rebellion, committed murder against whites or have commanded that whites be murdered have, by law, forfeited their lives. As for the few not defeated, it will fare with them as it fared with the Herero, who in their blindness also believed that they could make successful war against the powerful German Emperor and the great German people. I ask you, where are the Herero today?” In total around 65,000 Herero, about 80% of the population, and 10,000 Nama, about 50% of the
They even had to “attack an isolated French Military outpost in the town of Dien Bien Phu. The attempt to take the outpost lasts two months...vietnam is split into north and south…”(bbc.com). On July 8, 1959, two military advisors were killed by Viet Minh Guerrilla soldiers, which resulted in the first American deaths reported in Vietnam. In May 1961, Lyndon B. Johnson visits South Vietnam to offer military and economic assistance. In 1961, Guerrilla fighters kill 4,000 South Vietnamese officials.
Unfortunately, British settlers at Jamestown and the Algonquian tribe had a strained relationship. When looking at primary documents, it is evident that there was a great deal of enmity between them. In Document 3-1 of Reading The American Past, an indentured servant describes some of the horrors that he witnessed during a surprise attack from the Algonquian tribe. He mentions how 26 men were killed by natives and a captain was decapitated. Furthermore, fear was struck into their hearts when they realized all the weapons and armor were stolen.
I have been told that the Vietcong had hidden weapons throughout Saigon and attacked the second night of Tet, the Vietnamese New Year. When the Vietcong entered the embassy there was a stand off fight for about six hours in complete darkness. I really hope all the American troops in the embassy and around Saigon are safe now. I heard that we were able to stop the Vietcong from gaining control and also that U.S. soldiers were able to end the fight. I am very proud of all of the U.S.
Alex returned to the station and joined with Jack to confront the cops who betrayed him to Vallon. Alex wanted to arrest Chief of Police because she was betraying him to Vallon too but his was shut down remotely by Mattox. Sellars used the incident to get the Dreyfus Act repealed with the help of Pat Novak. After that, Sellars ordered Mattox to destroy Robocop when he was being repaired. Dr. Norton revealed the truth and want Alex escaped from the building because it was going to lockdown.
It must even be dramatized” (Steinbeck 47). Support #2, 2: Later on in the conversation between Colonel Lanser and Mayor Orden, Colonel Lanser reaches the following conclusion: “The coal miner must be shot publicly, because the theory is that others will then restrain themselves from killing our men” (Steinbeck 49). Support #2, 3: In the later part of the novel, Tonder shows up at Molly Morden’s home in which he expresses feelings that he has for her. The manner in which Molly talks about her husband to Tonder causes him to realize that Molly’s husband was the one that he killed. Molly showcases her anger about the way in which her husband was executed when she takes a pair of scissors and prepares to kill Tonder with them right before she lets Tonder back into her home (Steinbeck
Initially, the Fascist Guardia Civil (the Fascist Army) arrive at her village to kill all supporters of the Republicans – hence the killing of Maria’s father. Other supporters of Maria’s father are killed, including Maria’s mother, who was not explicitly supportive of the Republicans, but shouted “Long live my husband”14 before she was shot. The presence of the Guardia Civil provides a more official, detached and “orderly” nature to the initial violence. Indeed, Maria describes the Guardia Civil “leaning against their rifles” and “waiting to shoot more”15. The imagery of the Guardia Civil “leaning against their rifles” suggests the normalization of violence in war, and thus by extension the detached and ritualistic nature of the executions.
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 Serbs believed that the Bosnian Muslims were a disease infecting Bosnia, and they were taking it upon themselves to rid Bosnia of the Muslim culture, it is what they called “ethnic cleansing”. The Serbians used methods similar to Nazi Germany in order to gather groups of Bosnian Muslims to exterminate. The most gruesome mass killing happened in Srebrenica, Bosnia, and was appropriately named the Srebrenica Massacre. In the summer of 1995, Serbian forces began sweeping through the streets of Bosnia and Herzegovina in search of non-serbs, specifically Muslims. The ones that did not have the sense to escape Bosnia while they could were found and capture.
When the monster was shot by the father of the little girl he had saved from the river, he stated that, “inflamed by pain, I vowed vengeance to all mankind ( Chapter 16, Par. 19).” At this point in the novel, we can somewhat agree that the monster has lost all faith in humanity. He will now start to become the monster that everyone fears. However, if we look closely at the monster’s reasoning behind his actions, we are able to notice that he was only frustrated at his present state of being, in this case a bullet wound. Not only that, but also how he has been rejected couple of times in the novel by society and even by his own creator.
‘How dare they kill his men!’ he thought to himself. Captain Kelso, Alpha Company’s CO, went from conservative and reserved about committing his Company to entering the box canyon. Now angry and seeking revenge for the men he had lost, he was full steam ahead ordering the Company into the canyon with no real game plan on how to engage the enemy within. The Company’s First Sergeant, Platoon Sergeants as well as the Platoon Leaders objected to the Captain’s rush into harm’s way. Regardless, Captain Kelso ordered all platoons into the canyon to capture or kill, preferably to kill the men