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    War can change many people in many ways. A prime example was the protagonist of Empire of the Sun, Jim. In the beginning of this movie, Jim was a very upbeat and curious character, but was also very stubborn. The story takes place in China, with a population of British people living in an area that is like a “mini-Britain”. What happens next would be traumatizing for anyone. The Japanese, had planned an attack on China, to try and take the country for themselves. There were mobs of people being guided by large military tanks, and Jim managed to be separated from his parents. He succeeded in escaping the grasp of the Japanese, to find his house, only to find that it had been claimed by the king of Japan. Jim survived in his house with mere morsels.…

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    Jim's Survival Strategies Throughout the novel Empire of the Sun Jim uses many effective survival strategies in order to live through the war. In Shanghai during World War II Jim, a young British boy, and his parents, are separated and Jim is left to survive on his own. He goes to multiple war camps and faces many life threatening situations throughout his journey. Without his parents he finds ways to bond to others and receive resources from them. He learns to steal and forage for food,…

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    The 1987 film, Empire of the Sun directed by Steven Spielberg, was a very well put together film in a way that everything was put together in the end of the film. Spielberg connected a lot of things that viewers saw in the beginning of the film to what viewers saw in the end of the film. In this film there is a major relationship between some sort of a caretaker model and a young child in need of care. This relationship develops between Basie and Jamie. Throughout the film, I feel that Basie was…

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    POWs during WWII During World War II there were hundreds of POW camps that were located across the United States, Asia, and Europe. POW camps were camps that held prisoners of war. These POW camps were supposed to follow the international laws of the Geneva Convention, but a lot of the time the camp officials did not follow these regulations. Laura Hillenbrand’s biography Unbroken, describes the life of Louis Zamperini who was an American POW that was captured and lived in several Japanese POW…

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    Rashaun Richardson February 17, 2016 In the story, “Shooting an Elephant”, the narrator is contradictory in his feelings, by supporting one set of people, the Burmans, but serving another, the British. The reader infers that he can’t decide who to fight for because in the text the narrator explains the treatment of the Burmans by the English, but then tells the treatment of himself by the Burmans. For example, the narrator states that the treatment of the Burman prisoners were…

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    in shaping both the Ottoman and Aztec Empires. As well as investigating these societies separately, we will compare and contrast the two to understand how their similarities or differences made them the great empires that they were, in the regions that they ruled.…

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    Essay On Inca Empire

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    The Inca empire Inca Empire was a very strong presence in new world, the South Americas. They had amazing architecture, which was so good that it could hold a 40 foot stone wall together with out mortar. Their empire had over six million people in it, who were very law abiding people, and their strong government was also able to govern the people over vast distances, with many natural obstacles. The Inca diet mainly consisted of stew, maize. The Inca built a vast empire. Supported by taxes,…

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    Spielberg's Influence

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    Spielberg’s Influence: An analysis of Lawrence of Arabia (OUTLINE) I. Introduction A. Introduce topic and key points. 1. Making of realistic based film 2. Lawrence of Arabia and Empire of the Sun 3. History of Lean 4. History of Spielberg II. Body A. Making of realistic based film 1. research concept a. supporting ideas b. connect to next concept 2. research concept a. supporting ideas b. connect to next concept 3. research concept a. supporting ideas b. connect to next concept B. Lawrence of…

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    Inca Empire Research Paper

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    The Inca Empire adorns the entitlement of the largest empire in pre-Columbian America, and was highly prosperous through the fourteenth and fifteenth century AD in ancient Peru. The vast empire skilfully expanded in adverse terrain absent of fundamental methods including currency, iron working and writing systems. Extension across western South America from Quito in the north to Santiago in the south was centered by the city Cuzco in the Peruvian Andes, and at its peak, the Incas consisted of…

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    The Inca believed in many gods.They also worshiped sacred buildings.The greatest deity in the Incan religion was the sun god Inti.The Inca believed they were created by Inti.The Inca worshiped more gods than just Inti.They believed in another god called Viracocha.They believed that Viracocha was the creator god.They thought that Viracocha created the sun and the stars.They also believed that Viracocha gave the constellations special jobs.They believed that the sun was the most important servant…

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