Sadly in the end, he died right beside half of his Regiment, but I’m sure that he also died with pride and dignity. The movie “Glory” taught me that to be a leader, you will have to endure some struggles and make sacrifices; it’s not about you, it’s about your followers and putting them ahead of you. Sometimes this may also involve risks and you may also have to do things that are out of your character. Colonel Shaw had to fight to take care of his Regiment, but he didn’t give up; he stood strong. It was nice to see that with honestly comes respect and with respect comes loyalty.
The flag represents the soldiers that have fought at home and abroad to ensure that we retain the very freedoms that allow us to protest the wars that they are fighting. The flag represents all of our servicemen, not just the ones who are fighting to keep us safe today, but the heroes of WWI, WWII, Vietnam, Korea, The Revolutionary War and even the Civil War. All of these brave soldiers fought under one form of our nation’s
Many Marines have given up their lives in order to protect one another and defeat the enemy. This story teaches today’s Marines how to fight like Marines as well as why this service holds so many honors. The never say die attitude of every man on that hill is proof why the Marines are America’s elite, because they can take every hardship that God and the world can throw at them and still never give up. The Marines in this book are the kind of fighters we should all try to be. Courage is one of the main traits than shows the most throughout this story.
Likenesses between Love through comradery and truning the way that they fight into a lifestyle. Both are profound organizations, and warriors with timeless sacrifice to back up their incredible reputation. There are some extreme differences between the two. But still on the opposite spectrum there is much in common with these powers. For a Spartan and a Marine, defending and fighting for those they Love was never really a choice for them, it's what they were born to
Soldiers from Continental Army had not been paid, and they feared that Congress would not meet their promises. By early 1783, some officers were considering forcing Congress to pay, but, obviously, Congress had no money. Disappointed by his fellow soldiers, George Washington gave a passionate speech. His message opposed anyone "who wickedly attempts to open the floodgates of civil discord and deluge our rising empire in blood." Not only was the country indebt but also the colonist fought so hard for their independence and their country.
Horrible stories about the things he saw. About the things he had to do. About how many of his friends he had to watch die right directly in front of him. I felt immense love for him at this time, so much sympathy for a man who would take none of it. He told me he fought because he wanted to.
Would you do the same? Does Patriotism still matter? Some people are true Patriots, while others are not. Patriotism shows that you love and respect everything your country stands for, and you will fight to protect it. When soldiers get sent overseas, they leave their family to protect and keep our country safe.
He died at the end of the play with his glory, pride, name, and his loved ones. We should all learn from this that, no life is greater than what God has planned for us. If we live our life right, God has a better plan for us on the other side. That is why John Proctor is the tragic hero of the
There will always have to be those who are willing to sacrifice everything they have, even their lives for progress and change, they are the people who become our heroes, along with all those who stood with them and choose not to back down in the face of adversity. Life for the Black American in the 1960’s had become almost
Allen Long Instructor: Ted C. Daniel English 1301 14 Nov. 2011 Freedom without Restraint Freedom in a denotative sense means without restraint. Throughout history countless men, women, and children have died for what many view as existing without restraint in both connotative and denotative senses. Many of these “freedoms” won were actually restraints that impeded the very men, women, and children who gave their lives for the sake of freedom. These restraints were sanctions, taxes, borders, and deprivation of personal property. However, I define freedom without restraint on personal property, borderless societies, and tangible currencies.