In both works, warm colors (mostly reds and oranges) are used to represent affluence and status. The colors contrasts with the dark skin of the soldiers. In the Cranach, the soldier is wearing a full suit of armor, which is detailed with intricate and colorful patterns. In the Gerome work, the peach silk top, shows a sign of
This symbolizes the horrors they saw but continue taking the path towards combat. Towards the background we see a horse jumping into the air as his rider holds onto his hat and troops moshed together as they march representing the chaos incorporated during the war. The soldier’s expressions of courage articulate the many battles they’ve fought and continue to fight with what supplies they have or whatever their shape may be in. The painter points out the soldiers who did not lose hope. They held onto the glory of freedom they hoped to accomplish.
In the story, he points out how mankind has always used war to deal with conflicts since the beginning of time. Since that evolution of time we send our soldiers to war, so we do not have to go ourselves. The difficult situation is going from training to be in war, but coming home to not having any training to deal with the traumatic memories one carries. The speech Hector Garcia gave during his TedTalk conference is effective in using the rhetorical analysis, to convince the audience as well as viewers of why we need to help soldiers with their suffering with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).
In the book A People 's Army: Massachusetts Soldiers and Society in the Seven Years ' War, Anderson tries to capture the war through the lives of the provincial soldier. In order to do that Anderson presents a large amount of primary sources from that time, including letters, books, diaries, memoirs, and other documents. He uses these sources to illustrate the lives of the colonial soldiers and detail the conditions and day to day activities they had. In addition, show the effects the war on the men’s personal lives, as well as, the local economies. As for A Rabble in Arms: Massachusetts Towns and Militiamen during King Philip’s War, Zelner looks at much different sources to gauge recruitment of militiamen.
You can identify them as officers or warriors of high importa nce due to their uniforms. There is both a historical reason and a folk tale behind the terracotta warriors. The historical reason is that the current emperor at the time, Emperor Qin, would need an army to accompany him in the afterlife and to grant him immorta lity in the afterlife. The warriors would also serve as protection the emperor 's tomb. Construction on the warriors began in 246BC.
Later on, they included the American flag and a few more soldiers to carry rifles and sabers along with flag bearers (Usilton). In some parades, the band would normally play a patriotic song following the flag bearers, introducing the flag bearers to the marching band. They would also stand on the field at football games with the band while they played the National Anthem (Usilton). Eventually, the flag bearers began to move around and do drill on the field with the marching band during their performances. In the 1970’s flag bearers started spinning flags and tossing them in the air along with their rifle and saber (Sloan).
The mail Hauberk was a type of garment that covered the whole chest and commonly reached to about the warriors knees. A Hauberk was made from a collection of rings stitched together. This technique used on armour is commonly referred to as "Chain Mail" now days. To go with the Hauberk a knight also wore a coif. The coif was made from chainmail and was worn on the head of a warrior.
“Yes. He’s handing out newspapers filled with articles about new state governments taking root. Here, take my horse and ride down there,” Crocco said, climbing down from his mount and handing William the reins. William climbed into the saddle and rode to the bottom of Blue Hills Road. He saw a man in a tricorn colonial hat standing next to his horse at the front gate talking to several farmhands.
Historical Analysis Red Badge of courage reflects the time it takes place because it takes place during the civil war. The teenage boy wants to go fight in the war, which was common back then, because it brings you great honor. The Battle of Chancellorsville resembles the first battle Henry takes part in. When Henry runs away and finds himself in a forest it resembles this battle because it took place in a forest as well. Some strategies also appear in the book like splitting into two attack parties instead of one large one.
Further down the road more defensive installments were added: Standish and William Bradford facilitated the making of “a massive, sap-dripping, bark-peeling boundary between [the pilgrims] and the surrounding forest” with a wall. They then built a fort that could hold all of Plymouth in case of emergency. In coming to a new and unknown land there was bound to be danger, and having only 102 people, the Pilgrims couldn’t afford to lose men because of weak defense. They worked hard to make the defense in Plymouth sufficient and they were able to “discourage future Indian threat,” and lost few men to the native tribes in the first few years.