The soldiers in the picture were barefoot and had little clothing on than the Committee of Congress (Doc B). The soldiers at Valley Forge were starving, had little clothes, and they had very little help which is why they should have ended fighting in the war completely after their term was
Paine’s purpose of using imagery is to make his words and ideas easier for the continental army to go and fight for their freedom. Imagery is similar and supports the inclusion of repetition. Thomas Paine uses imagery to make things easier to understand just like if he were to repeat something many times to make it more clear. “Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.” He is describing how much tyranny is like hell and how hell is not easily conquered. He gives the appeal that we must not be afraid and in the end we will have great triumph.
Throughout the duration of Crisis No. 1., Paine knew how to appeal to the colonists in just the right way, and used that to his advantage. Paine played a crucial role in persuading the colonists to go to war with Britain; and some might even say that the gaining of America’s independence would not have happened without him. Thomas Paine knew that America not only needed their independence, but deserved it as well. “Not a place upon earth might be so happy as America”
The documents A and C prove that only 14% died of sickness. there were about 12,000 of us to start with, and only about 1,800- 2500 died from December to June. Therefore, that leaves just about 9,500 of us left. However, with all the people that abandoned the Continental Army leaves us with just about 8,000 of us. In document C which is a passage from a doctor’s diary.
Both works are well know and they made a lasting impact in the Revolutionary War and in the nation’s history. In the pamphlet titled Common Sense , Thomas Paine not only uses persuasive techniques, but he also wrote it in the language of the people, so he could influence the farmers and small business owners and the people who had
2. Who sponsored his passage to America? In London, on the behalf of hundreds of civil workers Thomas Paine was facing a court appeal where he caught the attention of Benjamin Franklin who was there as an agent of several colonists. After meeting Thomas Paine, Benjamin Franklin recommended him as an ingenious and worthy young man. He was extremely impressed by Thomas’s extraordinary abilities and his power of thinking. He suggested Thomas, emigration to British colonial America, and gave him a letter of recommendation.
Testing Men’s Emotions What turned scared, timid men into brave battle ready soldiers? During the time of the revolutionary war when men were needed to go up against the British. Thomas Paine was using persuasive writing techniques to get men to stand up and fight. In Thomas Paine’s “The Crisis No. 1” the most persuasive technique used is pathos, because it appeals to a man’s care for his family and self-pride.
In 1778 at Valley Forge you had a 15% chance of death and 50% chance of becoming ill, so what would you have done, quit or stay and fight for your country's independence as stated in Document A. Many people were leaving Valley Forge because they didn't like their chances of winning. Others thought differently and stayed to fight for their country's independence. Soldiers that stayed had patriotism and they were put through conditions that showed they wanted to have freedom. Not only were soldiers fighting for their own freedom but they were fighting to provide independence of their whole countrie and separation of Britain.
HISTORY EXTENDED ESSAY Candidate Number: 002811-0037 Research Question: To what extent did the Valley Forge encampment alter women’s roles and how they were perceived in society following the Revolutionary period? Word Count: 3,979 The research question in this essay is “To what extent did the Valley Forge encampment alter women’s roles and how they were perceived in society following the Revolutionary period?” This essay aims to answer this question by analyzing women within the historical context of the Valley Forge encampment and the role of women following the Revolutionary War. The reference material used to construct this investigation has been drawn from a collection of primary and secondary