“The most famous act he’s ever done was smuggling Tokugawa”(need). This shows how loyal Hanzo is to Tokugawa. Many people were jealous of his position because he was at the highest spot of the clan. “Masanari was the ninja who made the identity of Hanzo Famous.” “Hattori Hanzo earned the nickname Oni Hanzo he displayed fearless tactics during his operations (Samurai Archives).” Hattori Hanzo earned his nickname because he showed his master what impressive strategies he could do. In his battles he displayed many good tactics for defense and offense.
Furthermore, the Roman General Scipio Africanus was an excellent man, and loved by the men of his own times. However, Scipio’s army had rebelled in Spain and himself was unbraid in the Senate by Fabius Maximus. What is the significance of the Myth of Chiron in Chapter 18? What are the qualities symbolized by the fox and
Oliver Cromwell was an important English military and political leader because of his instinctive ability to lead his men in the English Civil War and his great power and authority as Lord Protector. Cromwell lacked any official training in military tactics but his natural ability to lead and train his men and his moral authority made him a really important military figure. On August 22nd, 1642, when Charles raised his standard at Nottingham officially declaring the start of the English Civil War, Cromwell was on the side of the Parliamentarians or “Roundheads”. While serving in the Military, Cromwell was involved in a lot of military warfare, which included the Battle of Gainsborough, Battle of Marston Moor, Battle of Newbury II, Battle of Naseby, Battle of Langport, Battle of Preston, Battle of Dunbar, and also the Battle of Worcester. Cromwell started his military life initially as a captain of a cavalry troop, which was made a full regiment in the winter of 1642 and 1643, which made up part of the Eastern Association under the Earl of Manchester.
They have to face many dangerous creatures and gods to get home. Odysseus of course was the leader of the war and had the biggest impact on it, but he does have his rough times. In the book The Odyssey, Odysseus is courageous, persistent but sadly also very conceited. Odysseus is a courageous and brave man because he spoke to the cyclops and he tricked and injured the cyclops. Odysseus shows this courage when he says to the cyclops, “ We are from Troy, Archaeans, blown off course by shifting gales on the Great South Sea.” ( Fitzgerald 495).
Once he broke the British lines he inspired his men to give chase shouting, “it’s a fine fox chase my boys!” (Stotlz, Battle of Princeton, 2018). His motivation gave his men a sense of pride and confidence to drive the British off. All three of these examples show him Transformational Leadership with Inspirational Motivation. His actions and enthusiastic motivational words inspired his men to face and overcome the challenges in front of them, allowing them to defeat a superior British force. Effectively using transformational leadership, shows that George Washington was visionary
Holmes’s heroic performance in the Civil War in a sense previewed his performance in civil life. Holmes had courage in battle, but his real heroism was of another order. The older heroism of the battlefield became the superior heroism of the mind, the hero as thinker. Some of the personality and character traits he showed as a soldier he showed again later as a scholar and judge. Just as Holmes during the war was in the first rank courageously waving his sword and leading an infantry charge, so too in law he was in the first rank bravely wielding his pen and leading an assault, implicitly shouting, “Will no one follow me?” Just as in war he marched into what he called “debatable land,” so too as a legal thinker he marched into debatable intellectual territory.
Because of them to some extent, the number of fascists grew with extreme support and little opposition. Using this opportunity, Mussolini started the “March on Rome” in 1922 to protect the capital from a communist revolution. But in fact, the threat of a communist revolution doesn’t exist. Nevertheless, Mussolini hoped that the approach of his Black Shirts would frighten the government into surrender and they did. Under a lot of pressure, King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy made Mussolini the Prime Minister.
Succeeding in having all of Gaul under Roman control, Caesar proved himself to be a great ruler and achieved a very high reputation as a strong leader. He was also admired by his army for being ready to sacrifice and go through any hardships and overcome all obstacles for the sake and welfare of Rome. Being favored and admired by the army was one of the main reasons that triggered the senate's fear of his escalating power. However, things began to gradually deteriorate and gravitate towards a civil war. The senate managed to pull Pompey towards them and stimulate tension between him and Caesar; to take things up a notch Crassus died leaving only Pompey and Caesar to each other.
When the Duke tells Othello he must leave immediately for military duty in Cyprus, Othello tasks Iago with delivering important documents from the senate because "A man he is of honesty and trust" (1.3.284). Othello also trusts Iago so implicitly that he stakes not only his reputation on it, but also his wife. He holds such great faith in "thy (Iago's) honesty and love" that he relinquishes the care of his dear wife, Desdemona, to him, "I assign my wife to thee" (1.3.294-297). Othello’s open trust in Iago
Even though Caesar made sure his enemies feared him, Caesar could somehow inspire his men to build a bridge that was the longest back then in ten days. The author of “Dictator for life” convinced the readers that Caesar both inspired loyalty and was ruthless because of the many actions Caesar did to his enemies and to inspire huge loyalty into his troops to have them build a bridge in ten days. The author convinces the readers that Caesar was both ruthless and inspired loyalty by telling the readers all the actions he did and what his troops could do when they were loyal to him. The author convinces the readers that Caesar is ruthless to his enemies on many occasions. Caesar was ruthless because he could kill many enemies, like when the Germans and the Veneti resisted Rome spreading into a bigger empire, he had his troops,“burn all the farmland they could find, leaving thousands homeless and desperate for food”(pg.1).