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    in the lonely figures of the Massacres at Chios along with the “Greek Families Awaiting Death or Slavery”. The bodies are painted in a traditional style, their magnitudes close to real life but slightly romanticized. The theme of the painting is based on the real life event that had occurred two years earlier to the conclusion of this works. For almost four centuries the Greeks has been under occupation by the Turks but it wasn't until 1822 that the Greeks decided to fight for freedom. The Massacres was considered a 19th…

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    The first problem that Diana and pilot need to face before they work together is multiculturalism. They grow up in completely different world. Diana have not seen male before she see the American pilot and pilot haven’t see an island only have male. Diana is inquisitive about everything of pilot. When they back to the modern society, Diana is highly incompatible with new world. She always holds her shield and doesn’t understand why female in the modern society need to dress so complicate.…

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    School shootings are something that we know about, in Canadian history they are something we aren 't oblivious to. The Montreal Massacre significantly affected Canada in terms of equality, justice and safety. Numerous individuals had differentiating perspectives on the massacre that took place. Many questions were raised: Why did Marc Lépine shoot and murder fourteen women, while leaving the men alive? Why was Lépine yelling "You’re all feminists?", yet shooting at women who guaranteed they…

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    The Rape of Nanking The Rape of Nanking was a horrific and brutal massacre. It shows the world’s failure to acknowledge the cruel acts of people who take advantage of their ranks in government, meaning this went on for six weeks, thousands of people were killed, and no other countries even noticed or helped all of those people. is a human rights violation because pretty much all of the human rights were violated especially 3-5. “Article 3: Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security…

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    depicted in many ways but altered throughout the years because of the argument “Is it appropriate for the ninth-grade textbook?” The battle of Nanjing was depicted as: a battle, a massacre, rape and an invasion. Through research, the answer that has arose is that it should be depicted as a massacre, it’s school appropriate and follows the facts. “Over a period of six weeks, Imperial Japanese Army forces brutally murdered hundreds of thousands of people–including both soldiers and civilians–in…

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    Last Night, March 5, 1770, 5 colonists were either brutally murdered, or killed to contain the crowd. Were the soldiers guilty of manslaughter, or rightfully killing? Restraining the colonists, or trigger-happy? Or the bigger question; Guilty or Innocent? The answer to that question is innocent.The soldiers are innocent of murder because the colonists were armed, dangerous, and angry at new taxes imposed on them. Theodore Bliss has proof that the soldiers were innocent. He stated that the…

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    I followed the historical Freedom Trail to the Old State House built in 1713 and also where the site of the Boston Massacre took place that was just outside the building. It was a vital and key location for the formation of our city where several great Patriots gathered to start what we now have today. Arriving at this historical landmark, I grew interest to want to go inside and learn even more of this beautiful city. I was amazed with how I was able to walk in the same building that John…

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    The Boston Massacre shouldn’t have been called a massacre since only a total of five people killed in the event. The word “massacre” indicates the brutal slaughtering of a large numbers of people. The Boston Massacre was more like a riot than a massacre, but it was called a massacre by the use of propaganda. The Boston Massacre Historical Society clarifies that “Paul Revere wasted no time in capitalizing on the Massacre to highlight British tyranny and stir up anti-British sentiment among his…

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    Olympics became one of the greatest human tragedies in the history of counter terrorism. The paper reviews the principal aspects of the security response to the Munich massacre in 1972. Some of the issues considered include Germany's response to the incident, pre-attack warnings, the level of security preparedness during the Olympics, as well as the role of fusion centers in counter-terrorist operations. The lessons learned from the 1972 Munich Olympics provide effective guidance for the…

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    the beginning of a huge revolution. Crispus Attucks played an important role in the American Revolution by his role in the Boston Massacre. On the night of March 5, 1770, Private Hugh White, a guard on duty outside Boston’s customs house,was surrounded by a jeering crowd.He reacted by hitting one of them his musket. The crowd grew larger, and eight redcoats came to rescue White. A redcoat fired into the crowd, possibly by accident, and the people panicked. In the chaos that followed, five men…

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