The commander thinks that it would be better to turn tail for both of the armies, Union and Confederates, and train for months. He describes how men actually died in war, you have to make one Army from all the of the men, and in order to do that, he needed Joby. Joby is the heart of the army, he controls the fingers which are the soldiers. If he beats his drum slowly, the next day the soldiers will lie upon the fields, their hearts slowed. They would be brought down by enemy fire.
Shakespeare’s Hamlet Ruler Hamlet of Denmark is urged by his dad 's Ghost to retaliate for his homicide on account of the dead lord 's sibling, now King Claudius; to aggravate matters, Claudius has hitched the widow, Hamlet 's mom, Queen Gertrude. Denmark is under risk of attack from youthful Fortinbras, who tries to recapture terrains lost to Hamlet 's dad by Fortinbras ' dad. Claudius sends word to the King of Norway (Fortinbras ' uncle) to control Fortinbras ' hostility. Meanwhile, Hamlet pretends franticness with his family and companions, including his dearest, Ophelia, sister to Laertes and girl to Polonius. Both Polonius and Laertes caution Ophelia against Hamlet 's affectionate advances.
The movie is an action movie, it’s a little bloody and little silly at some moments. Benjamin and his family gets involved in this whole adventure by Benjamin 's oldest son who comes home with soldiers both American and British and many are heavily wounded and after the battles that have gone on near the house. After a while the British dragoons arrive who are led by the violent colonel William Tavington, They arrest Gabriel and kill most of the soldiers who were getting help by the Martin’s family. When the dragoons are ready to leave with Gabriel and some soldiers Benjamin’s next oldest son Thomas made a surprising move to rescue his older brother but he gets shot so quick he had no chance, they rode away with Gabriel and left Thomas with a shot wound in the chest and he died quickly after the dragoons had left. When Thomas died in Benjamin’s hands he realized he won 't let them take his 1th born son so he calls his two remainings son’s and they run after the Dragoons.
Michael Holtzapfel, son of Frau Holtzapfel, experiences a lot of guilt. He served in the German Army and fought in the Battle of Stalingrad alongside his brother, Robert. Within battle, Michael hurts his hand, and Robert severely injures his legs by getting them blown off. Robert is taken to a makeshift hospital, where Michael watches him die. “I spent three days of that week sitting with him before he died…” (Zusak 467).
Germany became desperate and revolts as the war comes to an end. Paul returns home again, this time waiting to die,war has taken everything away from him. His will to live was no longer, unmotivated and no longer had his comrades. He has nothing more to lose, but desperately hopes for a better future. The image of the lost generation is captured, those whom fought will never be able to forget what war has brought them, and no one will understand them or their struggles.
During the civil war many soldiers had to leave their loved ones behind while they went out and fought for their country. In the book Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier a young man named Inman finds himself in this very predicament. Somehow Inman gets horribly injured in the midst of the war. Causing him to be sent to a hospital to be treated for his wounds. There at the hospital Inman realises that he should return home to Ada, the woman he loves.
Irony in Remarque 's, All Quiet on the Western Front Some historians and people describe World War I as “The Great War,” a label that must be ironic to those who have fought it and lost their friends and family. Erich Maria Remarque 's novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, narrates the lives of several young soldiers, Paul, Tjaden, Albert and Müller, among others, who enlisted to defend the German lines. Their schoolteachers encouraged them to enlist by stressing the nobility of and courage in serving and protecting the nation. However, deep in the trenches, Paul and his friends rapidly learn the difference between what they had been taught about the war and what the war itself has taught them. All Quiet on the Western Front reveals
In “Losing Private Dwyer” Lawrence Downes tells the story about an Army medic who gets deployed overseas to Iraq, and after he comes home his friends realize that he has changed dramatically. This story is about the destruction of Private Dwyer, and how the Military failed to save him. Before he went to Iraq, Joseph Dwyer was just a regular guy. He first signed up for the army after 9/11, so he could go and help catch the terrorists that hurt America. He was a great man who obviously cared about his friends and family.
His family means everything to him; unfortunately with the advancement of the American Revolution, it seems to be falling apart. With the battles of the war approaching his front door and with his oldest son Gabriel joining the war against his wishes, Benjamin Martin feels that he has no choice but to take action in the war. Eventually benjamin and his oldest son split up and begin gathering people to create a militia.
During the battles they had flags on both sides of the field. Gabriel soon finds a tore up flag on the ground and a man in doubt says to him that the flag means nothing, that it is a lost cause. Gabriel picks up the flag and during the movie he starts sewing it back together. Gabriel is murdered by the same guy that killed his brother and his dads finds him and carries on the flag. At the last battle Benjamin waves the flag and runs to claim thier new victory.