I believe it portrays the real image of “American Victory at War”, and stands for the very freedom that every American carries in their heart. It is a true symbol of patriotism. Because I was fortunate enough to experience this in person, and see it with my own eyes, I almost felt like I was there when this historic event took place. It confirmed my new found perspective of “seeing is believing”. You tend to appreciate history better by associating yourself with it.
The ad also shows its support towards American and ally troops fighting in World War 1.This ad was both patriotic and effective in its attempt to get all Americans and beyond to hear about their company. In the following ad released by Camel in 1927, the author writes a brief thank you letter to the consumer. In the letter he expresses Camel’s confidence in their product by
Dear WWII Veteran, ' It is my honor to have the chance to thank you for your courage and pride while serving in WWII. Fighting for what you support and what you believe in is the ultimate honor and putting your life on the life truly represents what type of a person you must be. Even though I don't know you, I want to let you know how your act of serving in the military just makes me so proud to be an American and thankful that people like you will allow this world to be free of injustices. I've always been very interested in militaristic operations and would love to sit down and talk
Veteran’s Day November 11 is celebrated as Veterans’ Day in honor of the men and women who laid their lives in war to maintain freedom for our nation. Veteran’s Day was at first called Armistice Day, which marked the end of World War I on November 11, 1918. The war ended on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of the year. We can learn a lot from the outstanding sacrifice that these men and women do each and every day. So for this day we do all different things to show respect and let them know that we are thankful for them.
This movie shows true patriotism, and Americanism. The whole crew fought through many rigorous battles as it was amazing how they survived. The American values in this movie are seen nearly every ten minutes. In the beginning where Private Ryan is honoring Captain Miller, or when Captain Miller honors the mission to save Private Ryan, or even when they let German Soldier free (though against most of their morals at that time, it was the right thing to do). This brilliant move that was nominated for eleven academy awards and won five of them, is the perfect movie for an American, a true war connoisseur, or a This movie especially fits into the realism view.
Even though we are still in some wars, we’ve never gave up and are still fighting. I feel safe in america become of our military system is so successful. I thank all of the veterans out there that has sacrificed their life to defend their country. In conclusion America has a lot of freedom like freedom of religion. We have many great inventions in america.
The only thing I really want to people to remember something positive about me. Randy connected with the audience through relatable everyday instances, visuals, and interesting stories of events and dates that he experienced. He drew us in, he displayed himself that he is just an ordinary family man and relating to his level is easy to follow. People remember him still today, because he showed us bravery. Being complete accepting for his life’s turn of events and turning it into something great
He then glanced at me with open excited eyes and said, “I got accepted into the armed forces mum.” My heart skipped a beat at the surprising news. My son, a soldier. It was one of the proudest moments of my life, as well as his. Tears pooled in my eyes as we hugged each other, bound by the good news. It was not long after that he was dressed in the ANZAC uniform and leaving our home with his knapsack over his shoulder, smiling and waving farewell to me before catching the bus to the docks for departure.
Your service to this country is greatly appreciated by many. You served in war, and took on the enormous job of becoming the greatest president in modern time. I wish you could be here to help us out of the recession we are in today as you did before and give us your insight so we can become a great nation once again. Gentlemen thanks for coming to dinner, and each of you has influenced me in a positive way and the things I have learned from you I practice in everyday life. The bonds I have in life are strong, and I have put into practice the things I learned from each of
I was amazed to see my family and I being treated the same way as the native citizens, and I have remembered this all my life, especially when I became a citizen of this great land. This equality was also afforded to me when I joined the Army; it once again amazed me that I was being treated with the same respect as native citizens. As I stayed in the Army, my conviction in the principals of America became stronger, which is probably the main reason I continued my service. As the Senior Maintenance and Logistics for my organization, people would often come to me for advice, and I would be given the opportunity to give my expert opinion which was taken as gospel, something that I would have never been able to do in my native Philippines. Another founding principal that has made America successful is the separation of power between the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of the government.