Battle of the Brits “Great men are not born great, they grow great”-Mario Puzo. Henry the V was a man of strength that accomplished what he saw fit,often by using brute force. Winston Churchill however was a man of integrity and intelligence that helped better the world. Winston Churchill is a better leader than Henry the V because of his personality, morality, and concern for the people.
Churchill Diction and Syntax Sir Winston S. Churchill, the former prime minister of the United Kingdom, was a skilled politician as well as a talented military leader. His success in both fields had much to do with his talent for oration; a strong command of language leads to a firm impression on the minds of listeners. One speech that demonstrated his expertise in syntax is The Defense of Freedom and Peace, wherein he pleads for aid against tyranny by using poignant imagery, concepts of camaraderie, and thematically consistent phrasing to sway his audience. The first intention of his word choice, imagery, is consistently accomplished throughout the speech.
“The price of greatness is responsibility.” Winston Churchill, was arguably one of the best leaders of the 20th century. As the Prime Minister of Britain during the course of World War II, he led the Bits through the war, then went on to win a Nobel Prize, and become knighted by the Queen. What made Churchill such a great leader? Churchill was an honest man, was brave enough to make decisions, and was persistent in all he did.
When he wasn’t running around Europe or big-game hunting in Africa, Theodore Roosevelt took his jobs in politics very seriously. He had a strong moral conscience and was always very enthusiastic. A Republican, he made himself known as a reformer early on in his career. After serving as President from 1901 to 1909, Roosevelt helped his ally William Taft secure the position. However, their opposing ideas on the Progressive Movement and loyalties led them to run against each other in the election of 1912 (SparkNotes Editors).
Under the guidance of Alexander Hamilton and John Adams, Federalists became a popular political party at the end of George Washington’s term. As a proud Federalists in the United States under Washington, a numerous amount of hypocrisy has consumed the population on, “What were Federalists’ views?” A Federalist strongly believed in the power of the national/central government because it would have yielded stability to the country. Instead of a democracy or popular sovereignty, an “aristocratic leader,” would have best led the nation (History in the Making- Chapter 10).
Firstly, Churchill formed a union of cabinets from Labour, Liberal and Conservative parties. He had selected brilliant and talented men in important positions. Churchill was also famous for his great inspiration speech which can turn out to propaganda such as, “I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat” speech. June 18th 1940, Churchill gave one iconic speech to the House of Commons, warning that the battle of Britain was about to start and established the foundation of an alliance with superpower countries, United States and Soviet Union.
Stalin is given much credit for defeating the Nazis and gaining power during World War II, and its believed if it wasn’t for his toughness and strength that would not have been achieved. Russia has always taken a liking to strong and authoritative figures just like their current “President of Russia, Vladimir Putin”. Putin who in the eight years he has been in power has used Stalin as the leader he would like to be (“President of Russia”). Under Putin's reign a lot of Stalin's crimes and oppressive ways have been downplayed in the Media. The government controls Russian media and propaganda and through this they have held Stalin as more of a hero than he actually was.
Macbeth Macbeth was a great war hero who is shown as a great person , he is put in the spotlight and given all the attention. Macbeth is a great anobel hero who is faced with many decisions and prophecies, decisions and prophecies that may have made his fate come sooner than it should have. We are told of his intentions through side notes and mental thoughts this informs the audience of what he is planning on doing and it gives us clues as to what type of person he is. The person is his is also greatly influenced by his wife and the way and manner she presents herself gives us detail into their lives. The love that they share for one another is a love that is so deep that it really cannot be described in words but only in actions.
Sir Winston Churchill achieved many things across the world in his ninety years. Though he was born into a life of privilege, he dedicated himself to public service. His legacy is a complicated one, filled with dazzling successes and devastating disasters, yet for many people in Great Britain and elsewhere, Winston Churchill is simply a hero. Known primarily in the United States for his work in World War II, Churchill’s actions in the first World War are often overlooked. Churchill’s many losses and victories, as well as his perseverance and vision impacted World War I in a multitude of ways.
A great example of this would be Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin who were both political leaders of their countries, Germany and Russia and wanted greatness for their countries and arguably for themselves as well. Both countries did become recognisable super powers. However, it did not last long as the negative effects on the citizens within unfortunately outweighed the the shortlived greatness of both countries. These dictators had similar idealistics and the punishment was heavy for those who opposed their opinions or ideas, it sometimes ended in death or exilement to concentration camps. Each dictator had a strong belief that their vision for their country was the best one.
From the beginning of Colin Powell’s life he has made many great choices that have greatly affected the outcome of his life. For example , he earned many awards for his bravery and service to his country. Some people called him an American leader because of the great choices. His great choices have affected not only his life , but other people’s lives too.
After researching about George W. Bush and his perspectives on domestic and foreign policies, I would contemplate passing this president. The thoughts and plans of his were quite brilliant; he definitely managed to be successful in his mannerly way. Although some mindsets he established did not manage to go as planned, I feel overall he would receive a C for his grade. His main outlook being president was focused on the 9/11 attacks; subsequently it was a major history event that occurred. I feel he could have gone a different path then what he did.
One potential heritage myth deals with the portrayal of Winston Churchill. Churchill was a renowned figure in WWII, being an essential leader in the war effort against the Axis powers. While being the prime minister, he has played important roles in leading his country as well as boosting the morale of the British people. Many people to this day recognize him for his speeches and his leadership, placing him in high regard.
The fear of World War II was large and wide spread across the globe. The citizens of Great Britain, despite the fear, had a strong, powerful leader throughout it – Prime Minister Winston Churchill. On a live radio broadcast on January 4th, 1940, Winston Churchill gave a speech entitled “The War Situation: House of Many Mansions”. He used ethos, pathos and logos to persuade the people of Great Britain that as long as they continued to fight and to believe in their troops and their country, everything would be okay and they would win the war.
Ironic elements are evident in abundance throughout King’s speech which elicit an comical tone and draws on the reality of the war. King makes the nation appears as hypocrites because Americans pretend to fight as a united nation whereas segregation is among the same schools, the same neighborhood, the same country. The fact that “young black men are being sent [across the world] to fight for the liberties in Southeast Asia, which they [have] not found in Georgia and East Harlem” questions the validity of America’s founding principles of the unalienable rights of every individual; life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.