1 Diseases Today I want to tell you about the diseases in World War one. Many of those diseases led to the dead of the soldiers because they had little knowledge and medicine. The conditions in the trenches were horrible. Little foot and fresh water, living in wet trenches, no medical care were the cause of those diseases: Trench foot, trench fever, gas, trench mouth, venereal diseases...Soldiers were sick, hungry and were exposure to the elements of nature. World War one was a really bloody affair.
They wore long, dark robes with painted hoods, leather gloves and boots, and a mask with a long beak that contained special oils that allowed them to breath the same air as the patient without becoming sick. Majority of the people living during the Elizabethan Era never consulted physicians, because there were very few in number and they were very expensive. Because poor people couldn’t afford to pay the fee, churches often provided care for them. They would visit the local “wise woman” or the Elizabethan
On Chapter 3 ; Pg 40 George claims that he should have let him drown in the river that one time when George Milton told Lennie Small to jump into first. Later on down the road George says “that it would damn good if you were hit in the head by a horse” which could mean that he wished he was kicked in the head so that Lennie small would have died in the impact of the kick. Therefore leading me into my next point of how George Milton Executes Lennie Small with a lugger. Legally George Milton is guilty, It was clearly premeditated and there's no way it was an act of self-defense. Carlson owns the Luger, but everybody assumed that Lennie stole it when he fled the ranch.
The knowledge of medicine was the beginning of a new age during the Civil War, and the lack of it led to many gruesome deaths. Medical knowledge during the war was very scarce, most doctors or surgeons would get their first hands-on experience on the battlefield. Many doctors during this era were limited in resources on learning their trade, due to a lack in medical education. There were only a few medical schools during this time and those who went to one received the minimal experience possible. The battlefield hospital, located in the proximity of the war zone reflected the doctors’ minimal knowledge.
Have you ever just had a bad day maybe you're sick and you just feel miserable all day or you forget your coat at home and end up being really cold all day, or even forget your lunch money and you can't eat for a while. The jews that got put in the ghettos felt worse then that every day of their lives and the worst thing was they had no hope, they couldn't just go to the doctors when they were ill or have options of food everyday. The nazis made their lives miserable and i'm going to tell you how. Many tragic things occurred during world war II, the natzis created jewish ghettos wich affected 3.8 million of the jewish population. More than 400 jewish ghettos were established.
The things he saw have caused great distress and pain in his life. Both Dachau and Auschwitz were in very harsh conditions and made living a struggle. The limitations on food, showers, and free time wore their body’s down more and more every day. There were many similarities like the poor conditions, the torture of prisoners, and the limited room for all the Jews’. Differences were limited since the ultimate goal was to eliminate the whole Jew population.
From this viewpoint, by not taking matters into his own hands, George could have vindicated himself of blame. Instead, he would now have to go the rest of his life knowing he ultimately was the one who ended Lennie’s life. While it is true that he would not have been responsible, it is critical to understand that George was not so much concerned with how others might perceive him after the killing as he was concerned with the Lennie’s comfort in his moments before dying. If the angry mob had pulled the trigger, Lennie’s last emotion would be bewildering fear and distress. To avoid this piteous way of dying, George told Lennie to face the river while he told Lennie their favorite fairytale-like story of one day living on a farm.
The most inhumane thing about diseases is that humans spread them to each other. In Tuesdays with Morrie, Morrie mourns for himself every morning because of the horrible disease that has taken over his body (Albom 56). Morrie’s disease has caused almost all of his physical capabilities cease to exist. This disease caused Morrie to lose some of his humanity. In Night, Jews being held in concentration camps were constantly catching diseases.
These short lifespans were due to the limited medical knowledge. In a time when antiseptics and antibiotics weren 't known, doctors used somewhat primitive forms of medication. One thing that really tested the medical knowledge was the bubonic plague. The plague affected the children during their younger years, many births didn’t have success due to lack of hygiene. People were extremely
A Setup for Failure Before the earthquake, Haiti was already experiencing extreme poverty and lack of leadership (Bruno, N.d.). Less than half of the countries population had access to clean water and even more didn’t have access to properly sanitized amenities (Lichtenberger et al./2010). Only half of the country had been immunized against diseases such as tetanus and diphtheria (Lichtenberger et al./2011). Haiti also had the highest rates of mortality for children under the age of five (DesRoches et al./2011). The unstable government and lack of preparation for such an event led to Haitians facing even worst crisis’s later.
Proctor’s death was meant to preserve his name, but he ultimately lost his life. Proctor died as a martyr for others to understand the value of honor, however, he buried the truth with him. Instead, he should have defended his innocence as a pure Puritan instead of dying as a condemned warlock in the eyes of the court; this would have disproven the court’s suspicion