They both were fighting for the same necessities such as food and clean water, supplies for winter and surviving. 2 die in the first Indian attack on fort James in may, then 3 more die in an Indian ambush in June, then in august the Indians kill 50 men(Document E).In 16069 36 men sails up to Chesapeake Bay to try and trade for corn with the Patawomeke Indians (they had seen less of the English and had luck to be more friendly. )They were able to fill the ship with grain they only succeeded because "some harsh and crewell dealing by cutting of towe of salvages heads and other extrmetyes." So by saying that they actually killed the chief of the tribe and saying that they didn't even take it back to James town because they knew it wasn't gonna be enough to last for the winter so they went and took back so they can take to survive to go back to England. This helps use know that because of that some colonist went there to make it worse by creating more conflict with the natives by stealing their food and killing people (Document D).
He came with over 200 settlers, horses, tools, and seeds expecting set up a farming colony. As they move towards the inland, the Calusa ambushed them. Ponce de León was shot by a poisoned arrow and was terribly wounded. The settlers decided to retreat from the settlement and sail back to Cuba. That wound caused Ponce de León to die at the age of 61 in Cuba.
Susie’s dad smashes all of his ships that he made when he finds out Susie died. Mr. Harvey leaves before anyone can find him. Susie is with the same people in heaven in both the movie and book. Differences: In the movie Susie was just murdered, but in the book she was murdered and raped. Susie’s dad has a heart attack at the end of the book.
“While being lifted onto an LST, he was almost dropped into the sea, having only been caught by the foot. After laying in the hold with hundreds of other wounded, he finally got a spot on the USS Samaritan.”(Standring Pg.5) Happily, the flag went up on Suribachi, just before Lucas was shipped off to Honolulu. Lucas went under the knife twenty two times before the doctors were finished. “Surprisingly, there are about 200 pieces of scrap iron still in him, some the size of .22-caliber bullets, which to this day, constantly set off airport metal detectors.”(Carpenter Pg.1) After close to seven months, Lucas was in good enough shape to be separated and put up for the Medal of Honor. At the time, the young man did not even know what it was, claimed “I went there to do one thing, and that was to
The 2 soldiers named Kilroy and Montgomery were found guilty of killing the civilians. The sentence they should have gotten was the death penalty but they were released. As a condition of their release they both had the letter M for MANSLAUGHTER burnt onto their thumb so everyone will know what they did. The people of Boston are sending news of what happened to other colonies to get them to fight against new TEA ACT and to stop having the British government having control over them. There is talk about them doing something called the BOSTON TEA PARTY where they are going to throw the tea overboard into the ocean.
On May seventh 1915 there was a very sad tragic day for 128 Americans and families. A “merchant” ship known as the Lusitania was sailing close to the shore where German U-boats like to hang around and was torpedoed and had many people die from an explosion. The British still to this day blame it all on the Germans. But as I go on in my paper you will realize that Germany was justified to sink the boat. Fist off, the Germans had warned them weeks maybe even months back, that if any ships consulting or flying the British flag will be torpedoed after all passengers are off the ship; and this was published in the NEW YORK TIMES and all newspapers throughout the country.
As fists and clubs began flying a soldier dropped dead, this forced the soldiers to fire, killing five civilians and wounding six. Colonists were also being deprived from local political rights and independence. Apart from being deprived they were transported by sea to be tried for pretended offenses. In 1774 Parliamentary resolution declared that colonists accused of treason could be tried in Britain. This not only limited their options, but, denied from the colonists being tried in their country.
Ted Bundy was first arrested in Utah but managed to escape as explained in the article, "The Case Of The Chi Omega Killer Accused Murder Ted Bundy Goes On Tiral In Miami," "he escaped by losing 35 lbs. and wriggling through a lighting panel in his maximum-security cell." Reports claim that Bundy got his hands on a saw and a lump sum of cash. Bundy spent weeks cutting through the ceiling and slowly deteriorating his body to be able to fit through the crawlspace. By the time officials realized Bundy was missing, he was already in Chicago.
There was 16 million Americans that went off to fight and 400,000 of them would lose their lives, but worldwide 80 million people were killed (Wattenberg, 2000). On August 6, 1945 President Truman authorized the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and three days later Hiroshima (Bowles, 2011). This decision to drop the bombs ultimately ended the
Explaining My Lai In 1968 the civilians in South Vietnam were killed by American soldiers called Charlie Company. They killed around 350 to 500 unarmed villagers because they were ordered to by William Calley, a platoon leader in Charlie Company. Previous to the massacre Charlie Company had suffered many injuries and 5 deaths due to booby traps, but there were no sight of the people who had set them. Charlie Company were told that after 7:00 am the only people left in the nearby village would be NLF or NLY sympathisers, they were told to leave no one alive, burn houses and crop. When the soldiers attacked the village there was no resistance, only women, children and the elderly who were there, they got brutally murdered and even raped and