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    THE BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL Bunker Hill is part of the Charleston peninsula, located between the Mystic and Charles Rivers. This area is known as Dorchester Heights in the southern part of Boston. From there you could see Boston and the Harbor. Colonist knew that the British were gathering just off the coast decided they must prevent this buildup. So on the evening of June 16, 1775 Colonel William Prescott led more than twelve hundred soldiers from Cambridge to fortify the area around Bunker’s Hill. He ordered his troops to take position by digging into a 160 by 30 foot trench on nearby Breed’s Hill. British General Thomas Gage was so mad he ordered his army of 460 redcoats to capture the hill. Because General Gage had to wait for…

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    This essay and following presentation is about The Battle of Bunker Hill. It will go over not only the who, what, where, when and why of this battle but will also try to excite you about the incredible way our country began. We were the ultimate underdogs. Hopefully, at the end of this essay you will see a few of the reasons we are called the home of the brave. In June 17, 1775, on a hot summer day, the Battle of Bunker Hill took place. This battle turned out to be the bloodiest battle of the…

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    On September 24, 1942, German police moved into the ghetto, fires were everywhere, some shops had to close, families separated, and more citizens perished everyday. Children young as four years old attempted to take care of their bedridden families. Desperate cries of agony heard in the streets were the most horrendous sounds anyone could ever hear. Paula and her father, Adam, had been living in this town for a while now, and they had predicted this would happen a while back. In the midst of…

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    Ever since I was a child, I have always searched for an adrenaline rush. While vacationing with our cousins at the beach in the South of Spain, I was mystified by a large stone military bunker which had been used in various wars for centuries. Since I could remember, my cousins and I were told never to go near the bunker because our parents told us it is very dangerous or at least they saw it that way. Many times we would see small figures scaling the bunker eventually finding themselves at the…

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    this they could go home together; Live happily, start families, return to normalcy. Hitler’s war was ending. At last, a high pitch dog whistle sounded from the boat's commander, the massive steel doors at the bow of the boat eased open, revealing the men to the beach that they were about to storm. For a brief moment, John remembered seeing the beachscape; The surf, the sand, the spikes in the sand, the concrete bunker on the hill. The waves moving against the shore, the men running in the sand,…

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    Speedball Monologue

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    it’s field set on a forest or just surrounded by trees with wooden houses, bridges, walls of many different sizes. Where a game could take from fifteen minutes to hours of how big the fields usually are. Unlike speedball, a game could take a minute is that was the case. Speedball is where all the inflatable bunker are. Bunkers that look like pyramids on one side, a big W down the middle, human size soda cans, and other small ones throughout the rest of the field. It’s usually where all the…

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    Bunker Hill Essay

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    The most important battle of the revolutionary war is bunker hill because it plays the most important role to winning the revolutionary war because the the amount of people killed and captured and the land gained by this battle.All the battles played an important role but the evidence points this battle to play the greatest role in defeating the british . It was the best because the land gained . The amount of british killed and the amount wounded .And the fact that we won the battle and it gave…

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    This is the reason the amount of training that was needed was lowered, in hopes that they would have enough guards, to find whoever it was and put an end to the people. Because this could possibly destroy everyone in the Bunker, it had already caused more than 38 people to go missing in the 2 months, since the attacks started. The Bunker is on the brink of destruction it has only 40000 because the outbreak of the Bubonic Plague that seemingly came out of nowhere it happened 5 years ago and the…

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    Mrs Bunkers Reflection

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    The students in Mrs. Bunkers 2nd period class were students that did great in school and were taking advanced level classes. The students were not being challenged in class and did not want to do some of the regular things that Mrs. Bunker had them doing like reading the textbook. Miller in, The book Whisperer said “I have learned that students hunger for more information, beyond what their social studies textbooks offers if we go the extra mile to provide it” (Miller, 2009, p. 79). Providing…

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    over it and the rain. My boots were sinking into the Earth as I stood outside my bunker in the trench and took a long drag from my cigarette. In the background I could hear the German artillery start their daily barrage, the newer men cowered at every shot, but I not did for I was accustomed to this terrible sound of death. For it was my second year in this god forsaken continent. I reminisced back to before the war and the good times I had on our little farm in Saskatchewan outside of…

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