Henry Sims could play a mean banjo and dance, and James loved how excited he got when seeing someone performing to music. Their likeness of music came about for them in a different way. On the plantation, Henry learned to play the banjo by an old wood worker named Enoch. He spent a lot of time in the wood working shop with Enoch learning to make different things out of wood. His love for playing the banjo grow overtime, and he would play for different affairs on the plantation.
While the police were doing your investigation they had to rule out all possible that it was not one of the family members or workers. After all, was done here was only 1 suspect that fit the profile and his name was Bruno Hauptmann and Law enforcement took him into custody. The second component is the court's systems after they have probable cause of Bruno Hauptman that killed baby Lindbergh that was only twenty months old died from a severe fracture of the head. The ransom letters matched his handwriting, wood tool marks found on the ladder used to climb in the room matched the tools that Mr. Hauptman owned, and wood used for the ladder matched the wood used on his attic floor. Although the evidence based on the case was circumstantial it was enough to bring Mr. Hauptman to trial (The New York Times, 2013).
That’s when he changed and started to save them. It really takes a lot for a human to endure seeing another human being killed and tortured for pretty much nothing that 's when Oskar Schindler saw he had to save as much people as he could from the Holocaust he changed from being a money- hungry man to a hero.As the brutality of the Holocaust got worse Oscar witnessed a tragic scene in the summer of 1942 a
His solos and his magnificent trumpet playing made him such a popular jazz musician. Another famous jazz musician was Bessie Smith. She was very popular in the south and among the ghettos of the north and earned the nickname Empress of the Blues. Though it was often said that her sound was “too basic for the general public.” King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band were claimed to be the best group in 1923. The band consisted of 3 members; Johnny Dodds, the clarinet player, his younger brother, nicknamed “Baby”, who played the drums, and Joe Oliver, the cornet playing leader who had been acknowledged as the Crescent City’s top brass man.
His parents were George and Alice Smith. “His father owned land in Lincolnshire and rented land from Lord Willoughby as he was a yeoman farmer” (Captain). John attended a local grammar school until he ran away at the age of thirteen for the reason that he didn’t want to be a farmer. Stopped by his father, he was put to work as an apprentice in the nearby merchant. After the death of his father, John traveled to France to join the English soldiers fighting the Spanish.
To begin with, Bruno Richard Hauptmann, the man most people believe kidnapped and murdered the child, was captured after an employee at a gas station recognized one of the marked bills used to pay for the child’s location (Sifakis 534). In addition, people reported Hauptmann having great woodworking skills and a previous criminal record when he came to the United States (Klein). This claim is imperative because very few people knew of his previous criminal file, and that he was capable of using his personal interests to kidnap the child. Also, many people know that Hauptmann used wood from his attic for the ladder used in the crime and used handwritten notes to get across to the parents. ¨Throughout repeated investigations, the state has concluded that Mr. Hauptmann was linked to the ladder used in the kidnapping, to the hand-written ransom demands and to the ransom money¨ (¨Museum and New Jersey Are at Odds Over Files¨).
The next is George Gershwin; at 15 he left school and started playing nightclubs before working at Tin Pan Alley. Gershwin worked for three years at Tin Pan Alley write hit after hit on the piano for customers, and while their he master his skills and in time became composer that had change jazz for the better (George). Gershwin goes on to make music for him and make some pretty pieces like “Rhapsody in
The Incident In 1998, Dr. Linda Reynolds of the Brooke Surgery in Hyde reached to John Pollard, who was the coroner for the South Manchester District, about Dr. Harold Shipman’s high rate of deaths of all of his patients. This was brought to the police attention and the police did not pay so much attention to it, assigning some of the newer police officers, which of course had little experience in being a police officer. These assigned police officers were unable to find enough evidence to charge Dr. Harold Shipman. Shipman’s investigation was then dropped and that same year Shipman killed 3 more people, with last victim being Kathleen Grundy, whose death certificate was recorded by Shipman stating that the cause of death was “old age.” Angela Woodruff, Kathleen Grundy’s daughter became concern of what could have really happened to her mother when solicitor Brian Burgess informed her that a will has been made by Kathleen, excluding her and her children, leaving most of the money to Harold Shipman. Once Woodruff reported this, Kathleen’s body was dug out and examined, containing traces of diamorphine.
Roman Polanski’s The Pianist tells the story about a Polish Jew pianist living in Warsaw during the German occupation of Poland. The story follows his life during the Holocaust, hiding from place to place in his Nazi-filled city. Roman Polanski made this film to show the cruelties that are commonly associated with the Holocaust. This tragedy caused some people to take measures to save themselves from being sent to their deaths in the German camps. Along with this, some non-Jews decided to assist Jews that are close to them by giving them a place to hide from the Nazis.
Three prisoners were condemned to death, the pipel and two other prisoners. The pipel was in a relationship with the Oberkapo, who was transferred to Auschwitz. The Dutch Oberkapo was arrested because he blew up the electric power station at Buna. He was in vain for several weeks and he was never heard of again. The young boy was then sentenced to death by the SS.