But after abit of time the death of people began to increase rapidly. Wars and massacres is an impact also experienced by Indians in North America. The most tragic war of the Indians was the battle of the Wounded Knee. In this massacre there was a place in the Sioux community which was a very dangerous place for the Sioux people so big foot the Sioux chief decided to move to a safer place. One of the US soldiers orders the Sioux people to go back to their place HOWEVER one Sioux soldier didn’t want to go back and people started to fight back in a result 300 men including women and children were killed.
Nothing should be sugar coded because many lives were lost and many individuals suffered a great deal and everyone should understand why. In McCrae’s poem “In Flanders Field” he explains life before and after war. There was once a time when they experience the feeling of love and the enjoyment of life, but now they lay dead looking back at the life they had to give up to fight in war. Those who have died have passed the torch to the next generation of soldiers. This proved that the peace treaty didn’t solve the problem and a new war would occur.
This pathos describes how Lincoln would care for his people and how he would put the task of helping the people suffering from the war first, serving as a strong pathos since it is not only emotionally affecting his people, but also encouraging and giving them hope. The war destroyed millions of families. Lincoln in the first place gave his attention on healing the people and their families, instead of describing how beautiful the future would be and giving unrealistic assumptions This pathos and ethos made people, no matter the North or the South, to feel that they are in unity. Both sides were suffering the same war and urged to end it, while they shared a same religion. God plays an important role to connect the people together, which enhances Lincoln’s credibility in his speech besides his position as a president and occasion of this speech.
How important were the actions of officers rather than conditions in causing a high death toll in WW1. In World War One the amount of deaths were staggeringly high, this came down to many different reasons. Over the four years many men died from diseases, the conditions of the trenches and ‘no mans land’. However the most deaths came from within the army itself, it usually came from the poor actions that the officers made. Firstly, a main point that their actions were to blame would be that repetitive tactics and how they would refuse to change them.
Approximately 3,000 lives were sadly lost during this horrible attack. Not only did the people on the planes die, there also was many firemen & police men terribly lost. During the attack many people volunteered to help save some lives & lost theirs instead. Innocent children were brutally murdered & punished for a stupid war. Those people paid the price for other's crimes.
Aside from the physical elements of the cemetery are more abstract and symbolic qualities that the cemetery represents to people. Arlington National Cemetery represents a strong sense of valor, courage, and self-sacrifice. The men and women honored with being put to rest there are the finest we as a nation have to offer, they symbolize the best of us. Although Arlington is a very inspiring and humbling place, it also full of melancholy, for not only are those buried there heroes to their country, but they are also beloved family members who have had to leave their families who want not valor or heroism, but their loved one returned to them. The cemetery can cause any number of emotional
Soldiers frequently got injured and lots of them died in battles or of illness in the deplorable conditions of the army. The poem is indignantly ironic about the war and emphasizes the bitter aftermath. 'The Soldier' focuses on the glory of sacrifice for one’s country, not mentioning the process of sacrifice, i.e. being injured and dying. Brooke writes about the dead soldier instead of one that has survived.
World War 2 was a “total war” involving every nations which at the war. We can see that on the table, a total of 38,380 servicemen were lost in the war, also over 67,100 citizens killed on their homeland. Despite the death, there were 60,000 Britons were disabled. From those data, we know that not only the soldiers were killed at the war, the citizens also were killed. The data reflected that the number of civilians’ death was more than World War 1.
The streets were littered with the dead. So many people died that the government had trouble burying all of the bodies. They were forced to dig large pits and create mass burials. Another major area hit hard by the earthquake was the economy. People were starving.
This incredible war story shows us that, even though they display great bravery and valour in battle, the only thing young men who fight in wars accomplish is an early death. The novel talks about many soldiers dying. So many of these soldiers are dead, that in the trenches they can smell the stench of rotting flesh, as the dead men often do not get buried. Those young men lying out in No Man’s Land, unburied, all went to war for the same reason, to prove that they were brave, not cowardly, and to fight for their country. All they end up doing though is becoming another casualty, another statistic, dying in a war that had no real reason.