Despite their loss, the inexperienced colonial forces inflicted considerable casualties against the invading British, and the battle provided them with an important confidence boost. Colonel Prescott’s leadership throughout the battle is an excellent example of good mission command. Upon receipt of mission from higher and given limited resources, Colonel Prescott effectively issued orders to his soldiers, which ultimately led to
He excelled in his status in the house, soon becoming Archdeacon of Canterbury. In 1154, Becket 's life would be changed, that was the year Theobold introduced him (Becket) to King Henry ll ("The Murder of Thomas Becket, 1170"). The pair became cordial almost immediately. They shared common views and grew fond of each other; Henry soon declared Becket his Chancellor. The two had such a close bond that when Theobold died in 1161, King Henry ll devised a plan to make Becket the new Archbishop of Canterbury.
Both projected remarkable leadership traits and military strategic thinking. Besides their charismatic leaderships, which made the battle a highly rated confrontation in the study of international history, the aftermath implications of the battle, was significant. The victory of Peter I created a getaway to the
He was a senior officer for the United States Army in both World War I and II, being best known for his leadership of the US 3rd Army in France and Germany following the 1944 Allied invasion of Normandy. Additionally, he also advocated and supported the ideas of the atomic strike in Hiroshima and Nagasaki near the end of World War II. In the assigned quote, Patton believed that even though wars are fought with weapons, wars are won by the actions and bravery of men with respects to their home country. As well, Patton believed that the men’s determination to listen and follow the leader results in a victory. The second assigned source and film, “The Patriots”, also provided exceptional examples of the topic of patriotism that was evident during the American Revolution.
Lincoln initiates his speech by alluding to other great writings in American history that show that America has and will be a great nation even if they struggle at times. Though still in shock, he is able to find connections to America’s past to comfort it’s citizens now. Using text from the Declaration of Independence, he states that the United States of America was “...dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” At the end of his speech, Lincoln alludes to the Pledge of Allegiance by stating that we should feel pride in “…this nation, under God…”. In this time of
An anonymous person once said that “we aren’t called to shine our own lights; we are called to reflect His.” A born again Christian, once fully understanding the gospel and putting his or hers trust in Jesus, will desire to want to grow and obey God in order to honor and glorify Him, and since the only one who kept God’s law perfectly was Jesus, then one will want manifest and imitate Christ in everything he or she does. Not only does reflecting Christ’s image glorify God, it stands out to others as well. All true believers experience radical change because of the Spirit, and that change shines like a bright light towards other people leading them to ask, wonder, and desire that change and growth in their own lives as
The word light was used by Henry, to show again that his views are like gods, and he is not against them. Extending his use of ethos Henry shows that he is religious and that he is establishing his stand as a Christian. Along with using biblical notes he also used a motif to show that the light is the same as fighting for God 's truth. Throughout the speech, Henry establishes various efforts to connect with his audience. He uses logos to show the convention that he has completed his research and fathoms what he is talking about.
His intelligence and capability eventually acquired him a position as a chaplain to the archbishop of Canterbury and Henry VII.2 Wolsey was then bestowed the position of royal almoner by Henry VIII, that is, he was responsible for the distribution of the king 's charity.3 His attributes allowed him to then move onto the more ambitious position of running Henry VIII 's military campaign in France from 1512-14.4 Wolsey then became archbishop of York in 1514 and was then given a cardinal 's hat by the pope in 1515.5 Wolsey had become a trusted advisor to the young king Henry; maintaining day-to-day domestic politics that the young king was indifferent to, acting as a political guide for the young king, maintaining the Star Chamber and successfully negotiating the Treaty of London in 1518 facilitating peace within Europe. By 1525 Wolsey was on a decline towards his downfall by failing to provide Henry with the annulment needed for Anne Boleyn to become queen. If Wolsey had become pope, granting Henry an annulment would have been a much quicker process. Cardinal Wolsey could have remained in England after becoming pope, maintain his claim within Henrician government and changing England 's dynamic within early modern
William Shakespeare compared man to god and angels, highlighting the finest traits. The Renaissance had an overall huge impact on people’s perspectives of themselves, through art, astronomy, and literature. People changed from being afraid to sin and listening to only the church, believing humans were good for nothing and sinful, to humanist achievers who embraced philosophy and promotion of individuals. People were no longer ashamed of showing their bodies for art, or worrying about it being a sin. People no longer blindly followed along behind the church.