Battle of Salamis

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  • Brutus Relationship In Julius Caesar Act 4

    Octavius and Antony decide to mock Brutus before the battle in order to make Brutus lose focus. In Act 5, Scene 5, Antony and Octavius already know that they’ve won the war, even before they find Brutus’s body. Later that night, Octavius and his friends will be celebrating the death of Brutus, Cassius,…

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  • Homa Masaharu

    During the times of WWII, a series of brutal men were attempting to control the world: Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Benito Mussolini. That’s just some of the examples from other occurring genocide in the World. In this case the Japanese, there are men involved that go by the name of Hedeki Tojo, Edward King Jr., and Homma Masaharu. At the end of it all Homma Masaharu was help responsible for the death march, “war crime” and was finally executed by a firing squad on the day of April 3rd, 1946…

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  • Crossroads Of Freedom Sparknotes

    Confederate soldiers clashed in Sharpsburg, Maryland along the Antietam Creek. In total, approximately 23,000 American lives were lost on this gory day, including 12,400 Union soldiers and 10,300 Confederate soldiers. Although the Union claimed this battle as their victory, the Americans on both sides suffered great losses that changed the course of the Civil War and altered American history. In choosing to read this book, I knew that I would gain a greater understanding of the military…

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  • Winston Churchill: Great Men Are Never Good Man?

    “Great men are never good men.” To be great is to be considerably above average in terms of ability, quality or eminence. To the British, Sir Winston Churchill was indeed a great man and he is most well known for rallying and leading the British during the Second World War during his term as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, inspiring them to strive for victory. However, not all of his actions were “ethically sound”, or morally good or correct, possessing and displaying moral virtue, as…

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  • Analysis Of Hazel Levesque's 'Great Prophecy'

    around, yet she tries to look confident. She started at a tantrum and changed gears as soon as she had to. Pasiphae had warned her that she had 12 minutes to defeat her or else her friends, Percy and Annabeth, would die. Knowing this, throughout the battle she knew she had one job and she put her all into it. She didn’t have time to be scared, or to cry, or to wait for her team to come save…

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  • Gates Of Fire Analysis

    challenged and battled with a two million man Persian force at Thermopylae. This legendary battle between a small group of disciplined and devoted soldiers against impossible odds has been told throughout the generations, but never so clearly and insightfully than through Steven Pressfield’s novel Gates of Fire: An Epic Novel of Thermopylae. Through the eyes of Xeones, a battle squire captured after the battle, the reader is immersed in the lives of Spartan soldiers, revealing an unprecedented…

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  • Julius Caesar And Xenophon Comparison

    Caesar and Xenaphon have many similarities as authors, but they make use of different styles to achieve their goals. Caesars account of The Gallic Wars and Xenophon’s Anabasis are both about the respective author’s heroic military adventures. Both were written to win the hearts of readers and give the author credibility after political backlash. However, since Caesar and Xenophon are from different cultures, in different situations, and have different end games. Because of this, the authors use…

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  • Cassius And Brutus In William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

    In the tragedy ”Julius Caesar” by William Shakespeare. The fist scene in Act I, tribunes Flavious and Marullus allow the reader to get an idea of Julius Caesar. Act I, scene II shows both Cassius and Brutus are not at peace with the idea of Julius Caesar as king, and Julius Caesar tells Marcus Antonius, Mark Antony, “He loves no plays, / As thou dost, Antony; he hears no music. / Seldom he smiles, and smiles in such a sort / As if he mocked himself, and scorned his spirit / That could…

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  • Mark Antony's Use Of Persuasion In Julius Caesar

    In Act III, Scene 2 of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Mark Antony turned a crowd of mourning citizens to an angry mob. Antony turned this crowd into an angry mob through multiple persuasive devices. Brutus and the other conspirators thought they were killing Caesar for the good of Rome, but Antony and other ideas. He wanted to discreetly show the crowd of Romans who the conspirators actually were to him, a group of murderers. In order to persuade the people to not have sympathy for the…

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  • Summary: Hayes Vs. Hayes

    War officer also son of Harmon Hayes and Elizabeth Hayes. What- He led Texas Rangers on a campaign against the Comache. Imagrated to The Republic of Texas in 1836 at the age of 19. Jack rode with Flacco an Apache Chief who led the charge into every battle with him. Hays killed large amounts of Mexican guerillas in the Skirmish at Matamoros and also killed Mexican cavalry at the Affair at Galaxara Pass. He was a captain then a mayor. When the Mexican War was happening he was a Colonel and…

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