The only problem with this idea is that other countries began to feel threatened not only by America but by other countries also. It was not a complete shock when Spain and America went to war. Since the idea of imperialism was being tossed around by countries, Spain had control over Cuba and other countries, the goods that were being exported from these countries to America and surrounding areas were being threatened to be cut off. American ended up going to war with Spain to prevent these things from happening. Just think if Spain still had control over Cuba and Hawaii, we would have to spend more money as a country to import sugar and pineapples.
Being arrested for thought crime was greatly feared as people who were punished never returned, and their “existence was wiped” completely. Another way that Big Brother controlled the people was by signs he installed on the tall buildings. The sign manipulated people into thinking that “War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength.” Winston was determined to defy Big Brother’s control and he found a way around his watchful eyes. Winston began to write a diary in a secluded corner away from the telescreen writing Furthermore, Truman was also controlled and manipulated by his creator, Christof. Truman wasn’t just the only one being controlled by Christof, he also controlled everyone else around Truman.
It is true that the English navy’s long range canons prevented the Spanish from exercising tier preferred method of attach, which was to mount the oppositions ships. On the other hand the weather played a huge role in the Armada’s defeat as strong winds blew them off course. It is therefore debatable whether Elizabeth dealt with the problem at all, let alone effectively. There is the possibility that if the Armada had reached the shores of England, despite their numerical superiority, would have lost to the professional Hapsburg army. Although the Armada failed this may not really be due to the effectiveness of Elizabeth and her government.
There are many other places where news about pirates still come to us. I wrote this paper to tell you some things that I learnt about pirates through this project. Now we know that William Kidd was a very unlucky pirate, though he was a famous one. He is a pirate catcher that turned into a pirate. He made his one and only capture of the Queddah Merchant.
He not only lies by changing his grades for the prep school applications, but he continuously changes his C's to A's on his report . He also lies to priests in confession and to friends about his hunting conquests and steals things while roaming the streets of Seattle with his friends. Jack being depicted as thief reflects his concern for physical safety as he continues breaking the law. He believes that if he acts rebellious he is invincible and no one can harm him. One would think that Jack is a disturbed child with no redeeming qualities.
And Ben felt he betrayed everyone by telling Artkin false informations. Secondly, Miro; he chose Kate over Artkin from the surprise attack of the military. And lastly, Kate; who tried to escape and was playing mind games with Miro. Thus, this act of betrayal was all about saving their lives, the children and their beloved country. The first act of betrayal took place in chapter 10, the General sent Ben as a decoy to the terrorists.
Was John really a bad king? Through out history King John has been portrayed as a villainous king for example in the legends of Robin Hood he is shown as a greedy and cruel ruler who treated his people unfairly. However this may not be an accurate picture of him as for example he fed hundreds of paupers on feast days and he was hard working, often travelling the country and sitting in on court cases. Many of the problems he faced in running the country were in fact caused by Richard 1 who had neglected England. Sources from the time of John describe John as a poor leader and that he was greedy for money.
He learned that the leader of the Incan’s was called Atahualpa, and logically he was the main person to go after. So his plan was to invite Atahualpa and negotiate money, but while they talked they would assault and kidnap him leading to war, but without someone coordinating the Incan’s battle, they would mindlessly run into the Spaniards guns. And the plan worked! The Incan empire was defeated and Spain took over
B) Pirates ways about piracy now days. iii) “Today pirates tend to work in small groups of a dozen men, operating from high speed boats or fishing travelers.” iv) Pirates have always been known for attacking out in the high seas so they can’t be caught
Piracy was not an occupation that was followed by everyone, but it was an occupation that occurred out of desperation. In class, we have been studying European explorations. As they traveled across the Atlantic Ocean, they faced these pirates who were trying to capture their ships and take tamper with the trade system to gain goods and power. The pirates who were successful at pulling off major heists left such an impression on those in power, that the colonial people eventually adapted some of the pirate’s tactics into their new government, carrying on into the governmental development of today’s society also. All things were once influenced by history; we just never know exactly what may have taken place unless we study to gain the