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    Desmond Doss Stereotypes

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    Desmond Doss, a World War II Medic, became the first conscientious objector to become famous and earn a medal of honor. He saved men, on the historic Hacksaw Ridge, by lowering down dozens of wounded soldiers with no gun to protect him from the Japanese. His story has begun to spread worldwide and Hollywood has made a motion picture, Hacksaw Ridge, about his impressive story. The film, Hacksaw Ridge, portrays the life of Desmond Doss accurate through violent war scenes, his kind country personality, and sticks to real life occurrences. The violentness of war has soldiers left with post traumatic stress disorder and life traumatizing events and the screenplay has done a true depiction of Hacksaw Ridge. While researching and planning the…

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    Desmond Doss is a virtuous person of worth, to his contributions he is unknown to the more well known society. During the battles in Okinawa Desmond Doss has risked his life and exposed himself repeatedly to repeated firing of guns to carry his injured companions to safety and at the same time refusing to carry any form of knife or gun. Desmond Doss’ achievements is certainly unimaginable to most people as they would have little to no experiences of Frontline conflict. Desmond Doss is someone…

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    will never leave a fallen comrade. This is the ethos that Corporal Desmond Thomas Doss lived by every day. He lived up to the Army’s Warrior Ethos and the core Army values and did not deviate from those even though his religious beliefs forbade him from carrying a weapon or killing another even in combat. Doss refused a section 8 discharge and consequently became a combat medic in the 77th infantry division. This is where PFC. Doss will face the most difficult challenges of his life as he…

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    Desmond Doss: A True Hero

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    Desmond Doss shows he’s a hero for his heroic action in Okinawa. Doss is man from lynchburg, Virginia (west). His mother raised him as a devout seventh day adventist. Desmond Doss deserves the status of a hero because he saved 75 men, never touched a gun and never gave up. Desmond Doss shows that he is a hero when he saved 75 men (American and Japanese). When he was in the battlefield the Japanese attacked his 77th Infantry by surprise. Instead of fleeing. He would lower them one-by-one with a…

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    Heros are leaders who are caring, brave, and honorable. A hero is an ordinary person with enough dedication to do extraordinary actions. Heros put others needs before their own. These individuals leave their mark on society by doing memorable things nobody will forget. Desmond Doss is an unquestionable hero for committing one of the most courageous acts of World War II. This hero lived like a routine American, but one day his life would drastically change. Desmond was born February 7, 1919 in…

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    According to the Webster Dictionary, “a conscientious objector is a person who refuses to serve in the military because of moral or religious beliefs. Desmond Doss was the first conscientious objector to receive the Medal of Honor. He followed in his steps of his mother who was very spiritual. I think that Doss refuses to carry a gun because his father and brother-law-in had got into altercation. His mother got in between them and persuaded his father to her the gun before the police. Doss…

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    In a country full of warriors who come in various sizes, identifications, and personalities, there is one such soldier who has shaped the path of many lives; Private Desmond Doss. With a strong love for the word of God and the Ten Commandments and a passion to serve his country, one might say at first glance that he was an ordinary soldier. That, however, is not the case. He went through one of the bloodiest battlefields full of guts, blood, smoke, and gunshots and saved many of his teammates…

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    A hero is an ordinary individual who self-sacrifices themselves to do courageous things. Heroes should be treated with honor and respect. Desmond T. Doss was a hero because of his choices and actions. He was an ordinary person when he was sent to war. He told them that he would go to war without a weapon. During the war, he saved many people’s lives without anything to protect himself. A hero should follow the sequence of a hero to be a hero. A hero should have lived an ordinary life. They…

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    The German Soldier

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    been in a situation even remotely resembling this one. I have, however, been in much lesser situations where I have wanted to be forgiven and felt immensely happy when I was. I have been in situations where others asked me for forgiveness, which I usually did, and it almost always made me feel good. So, because of my experience of good feelings on both sides of this issue, I lean toward forgiveness. I also lean toward forgiveness because it is a part of my religious tradition. I am a Christian,…

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    Bishop Tutu’s Noble Peace Prize Lecture literally screams of the Social Justice Tradition. He begins by proclaiming that because there is no justice in S. Africa, there is turmoil; there is no peace. Like Amos, Bishop Tutu’s war cry is “justice for all! And, like Amos, Bishop Tutu’s words are direct, pointed, and forceful to demonstrate “how much God cares about justice” This excerpt demonstrates the horizontal movement of loving thy neighbor. Foster describes neighbor as simply someone in need…

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