Everyone wants freedom for your country. “People are trying to escape from war.” This quote I took it from a picture some people are happy for war and some are not. (Powell 149) “I made this painting for one reason.” Powell made this painting for a reason to give us encouragement to win this war.
While Paul continued to fight in the war to protect his fellow comrades in All Quiet on the Western Front, Junger was motivated by pure patriotism to fight for his country in The Storm of Steel. Both young men were patriotic and valued their comrades in each of the novels. Both Remarque and Junger had comradeship and patriotism to help get through the difficulty and stressful times. In All Quiet on the Western Front, Remarque describes many scenes that involve comradeship among the young soldiers.
Motivations- Throughout the play, Otto Frank’s goal is to protect the families and make sure that they are safe until the end of the war. Mr. Frank is what some people would call “The Man of the House” because he is always acting like a leader and takes care of everyone. When Anne passes out, Mr. Frank doesn’t hesitate to risk their concealment by getting water for Anne, which shows how committed he is to helping his family. He argues, “If they’ve found us, they’ve found us.
The Americans believe that America has provided them the freedom and equality to do what they believe is right and they do not feel pressurized in any way. Furthermore, the Americans also acknowledge the sacrifices that their military has done for them and are still doing. It is because of the military that the Americans have got the right to live and have freedom to do what they like. In a way, for the Americans the song is extremely close to heart as it was re-released every time a calamity struck America. This can be one of the several reasons that Americans have started to accept this particular song as their national anthem rather than their actual national anthem, words of which many of Americans do not even
“The Little Regiment” written by naturalist Stephen Crane in 1896, is an American Civil War short story. This American author is well known for his descriptive, figurative and sensory language use. Language he uses in the story impacts meaning, evokes emotion and overall develops the theme. The story follows a military regiment during the American Civil war and the protagonists of the story are two brothers named Billie and Dan. The brothers argue all the time and they seem to despise each other, yet they protect each other and secretly care for each other’s well being.
He tells a story of a man he saw in the man’s doorway, holding his young child. The man said “If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.” This use of rhetorical strategy through anecdotes shows not only that Paine has personally been connected with the peace he wants to fight for, but that Paine has also seen many others who want this same tranquility worth fighting for. This anecdote is also a great way to show the fatherly duty that comes with fighting for your country. It 's not just the country you are fighting for, but everyone in it as
I needed my parents and my little Kimberly more than anything in world. I was angry and disappointed of being an American under attack. I do not know why, I just felt like that. Maybe I thought it was because of being a citizen who is living in such a big Nation where everything will and can happen, just
Robert began his speech with giving the rough news on Martin Luther King’s death. People reacted with gasps and cries, so Robert started to explain Martin’s goal and how he died pushing for a change. Robert connected his point of unity by asking the audience to not resort to hatred and violence, but to follow Martin’s dream of unity and peace. He explained how the country has gone through hard times and has always recovered and how there will be more hard
This bond that the soldiers form helped them to survive, and helped the men of Alpha Company to cope with the war after they returned to the United States. The bond that men form with each other in the heat of battle is incomprehensible to those who have not experienced warfare for
I really enjoyed reading your post – you’ve brought up some really good and crucial points. These soldiers have risked their lives to protect our county, so it is only right and fair for our country to provide them the services and treatment that they deserve if suffering from PTSD. I also agree with you over how we need to let these veterans know that it is absolutely normal to feel distressed about what they had to experience. We should definitely not belittle them or make them feel like they are being overdramatic. PTSD is a serious disorder and should not be taken lightly.
I will stand with America for all my life if I need to. Why is it important to ask whether a soldier at Valley Forge should have Re- Enlisted? Well it’s important because it gets you thinking about the hardships and good parts of Valley Forge. But you should always be in a well hearted attitude because if you say you are going to die you might die. But if you believe you will live you will.
I wanted to show the audience how brave David was to continue doing what he loves and does best on his own without being pushed down by his much loved but pushy unpleasant father Peter. Although Shine was to take the audience to another place it was also to make the audience realise that there is a battle against ache and sadness but there is always a way to go to better places with determination for life and happiness. David has an amazing and talented but different story and I wanted to let others know and be touched by the life journey of David Helfgott. Why did you choose to open the film with the image of David’s face highlighting his mouth, which showed him heavily mumbling? I chose to open the film in this way to immediately capture viewers attention by