They had also both been in the hospital for injuries and talking about how surprised they were with the three meals a day and how they had to leave for fear of being shot when camp was evacuated. Both Night and Maus talked of the run they had to take when they evacuated the camp. The coldness and bitterness of that night. Though both authors were at the same places, they both were treated differently. The survivor in Maus had used his skills in different languages and in life skills while the author of Night, only a child at the time, was trying to do his basic work and keep his father going.
Senid Hakic Professor Shattuck English 099 11/07/12 “Hotel Rwanda” In the movie “Hotel Rwanda “ all the characters were helping each other, but there’s always that one character that sticks out the most and wants to do more. Paul’s the character that helped out the most so everyone can survive genocide. Paul had the resources to make sure everyone would make it safe and no one would get left behind. “Hotel Rwanda” was about how two different kinds of people are fighting against each other because the Hutus are trying to say one of the Tutsis killed their president. Then it all started a war and everything started going downwards and many people were getting killed even if they didn’t do anything.
Farmer had seen a lot in Haiti, but this case impacted him more deeply than anything he had ever seen there. The man, whom Farmer called Chouchou Louis to protect his family, had made a disparaging remark about the road of the country. Unbeknownst to him, inside the truck he was riding was a soldier dressed in plain clothes. At the next checkpoint, he was taken inside an official building and beaten severely. They let him go, but his name was added to their blacklist.
In the end of the mission and unto this day, Romeo suffers from post- traumatic stress disorder. When thousands of people were being slaughtered, the whole world only sat by and watched the massacre. During the time, a war in Yugoslavia was occurring. The world focused on that war and thought that the event in Rwanda was more of a civil war than genocide, resulting to the fact that they didn’t act. The world didn’t want to pay for the supplies needed and to take the risk of their troops’ life.
The were killed in their homes, in the streets, and as familes. All the other foreign countries like the United States did shameful acts like ignoring what was going on in Rwanda. Even Hutu people themselves were killed because they didn’t support the killing campgin. According to the article "Genocide In Rwanda", the civil war only ended when a Tutsi-dominated group, the RPF(Rwanda Patrirotic Front), defeated the Hutu extremist and Paul Kagame took control as president. There are many comparisions between the Jewish and Rwanda genocides.
In the Holocaust, there were 5.59-5.86 million and in the Rwanda Genocide there were 800,000 and 1,000,000 which could be as high as 20% of their population. In the book Night, there was a scene that showed the mass killings that the Nazis’ committed, they shoved all of the people in death camps and lined them up and killed them. In Hotel Rwanda they lined them up and killed them. Another similarity that they share is the cruelty and the heartlessness that they have. Even when the children were begging to have mercy, they still killed them.
This just proves that Junior was raised in a bad family therefore showing that most likely his entire family is this was. When Chief Perkins is killed on Dome Day, Big Jim becomes the de facto leader of the Mill, I think this shows that he is well respected and people do not know about his “dark side.” His actions make him responsible for the deaths of many others. 9/24 Relations Between Characters He is owed favors by virtually every person of authority in town, and is rubber stamped by Andy Sanders, the grieving and incompetent first selectman and Pete Randolph, the new town police chief, which again proves my theory of the whole family looked at as being bad. Big Jim directly controls both Andy and Pete through most of the story. Big Jim murders Lester Coggins, Brenda Perkins, and Carter Thibodeau during his time under the
He was looked upon as a hero even by Atticus and Mr. Tate. Boo Radley is very courageous for saving the children’s lives’. But that is not all he has done, Boo Radley stands up against danger on behalf of what society thinks of him. Like how he shows his face to the others when he returns Scout home since he saved her. He didn’t care what they thought of him because he knew already that almost everyone in Maycomb spreads terrible rumors about him so he was fearless.
Along that process he almost died from malaria because of the aggravation he caused in his ailment and contracted. These painful injuries from his war cursed him for the rest of his life (Americanhistory.com). His father to me was a very positive man who motivated his son to push his self through tough things and to never give up. John had a good head on his shoulders and he was a good man from my understandings. He was a person who knew what he wanted and wasn’t going to stop until he did.
Since there was an estimated number of two million people killed during the reign of the Khmer Rouge it was known as the Cambodian Genocide or Cambodian Holocaust. There are leaders all over the world but one leader in particular is Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge (the group he led) took over Cambodia and killed many people to succeed their goal of an agricultural reform. When the leaders of the Khmer Rouge were being persecuted Pol Pot was in a way lucky because he died peacefully while he was waiting for