Their size, skill, and experience out weighed the Continental army by a landslide. George Washington himself believed he was going to lose the war at some moments. Guerilla warfare changed the direction of the war. Even though there was close calls the tactics used worked by slowly chiseling away at their massive army although there were a lot of other major battles these tactics won them the war. This implement of skills was crucial to their success.
the structure of this passage of FDR 's speech is effective. At least I believe it to be effective. Roosevelt is informing his readers, using logos, of the countless attacks from the enemy all of which were without warning. To really emphasize this, he uses repetition and parallel structure in his speech and writing style. These are two language tactics widely regarded as very effective in the right situations.
In The Red Badge of Courage, the theme of courage is tied to masculinity. At first, Henry Fleming feels like he can’t prove himself without first proving his valor. In all, his courage is proven through his proven through his deep commitment and greater cause of the Union Army. We also see Warfare as a theme of The Red Badge of Courage. Crane does his best to embrace the thoughts and ideas of war from a single perspective contrary to a group view as well as the psychological battles faced by an individual, which can sometimes be seen as far more important than the battles actually fought on the field.
Winston Churchill was extremely passionate about the ideas of Democratic Freedom, and those who continually strived for victory. He continually built off these ideas whilst constructing his public image. When spoken about, Churchill would not only be considered an entity of virtue and humanness, but a voice of reason within such a tumultuous world. When leading the British people, Churchill would specifically choose not to release information regarding Hitler's vast amount of afflictions and wrongdoings. Within such cases as WWII, this was vital, for hope was just as important as militaristic success.
The Best Ways To Respond To Conflict The best ways to respond to conflict is to talk it out, and take time to think about it. Conflict is a serious disagreement between two or more sides. In “The Diary of Anne Frank” she responded to conflict by, staying in hiding while being positive and believing that everything will be okay. In “Blood, Toil, Tears, and Sweat”, Winston Churchill responded to conflict by keeping his country and himself confident and fighting for what he believed in. “The Diary of Anne Frank” and “Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat” are similar because, Anne Frank and Winston Churchill both were happy about how they had faith in escaping the torture Germans put them threw.
By playing on the fear and patriotism of his audience, pathos is also utilized in the most effective of ways. In wartime, pride in one’s home is essential, and Winston makes sure to capitalize on this by instating a sense of importance within his listeners. In his speech he says that if they fail there will be “no survival for the British Empire, no survival for all that the British Empire has stood for”. Churchill knows that if Britain is to be victorious, they must understand the gravity of the situation at hand, and feel they have the ability to sway the tide of the war with their own power. In later saying that Great Britain is “ in the preliminary stage of one of the greatest battles in history” and that across their country “the air battle is continuous and that many preparations have to be made here at home” he plays at the spark of fear that has no doubt taken shelter in the hearts of those who’re listening.
Their plan ultimately failed but was very close to becoming a success. The actions that would have needed to be different in order for Germany to succeed are that France had to be defeated and that never happened, and also the speed aspect of the plan was non-existent due to unpredictable setbacks of armies, transportation, and communication. The outcome of the Schlieffen plan did change the war because before the main issue was between Austria-Hungary and Serbia fighting over the annexation of Bosnia. When the two of them started fighting Serbia pulled in Russia to help them. Once the Schlieffen plan was carried out Germany had then been added to the war along with France.
The actions made in WWII by the United States were positive based on their preparation for war, the atomic bomb, and the defeat of the Nazi’s in Europe. To begin with, United States actions during WWII were positive because of their preparation for war. Before
This is a work that still influences us today and is still relevant in today’s complex society. Some of the most prominent leaders of the 20th century have been influenced by Machiavellian ideas. U.S Presidents like Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton and U.K Prime Minister Anthony Blair are called Machiavellian leaders today. According to Machiavelli a prince must focus all his serious time and energy to war and how to wage it (Machiavelli, 31). Focusing on war even in times of peace is essential and id the only thing that can keep the state safe.