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Character, Dignity and Self esteem
Linda Day job
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The movie I chose to watch was Glory (1989). Glory is definitely the story with the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, the initially formal product of Dark-colored men, led by Colonel Robert Shaw, whom I have chosen to compare. The Colonel is a light man whom fights the bigotry with the enemy, with vowed to kill any kind of officers who have lead the troops and by his individual commanding representatives who have kept them out from the war to complete their dirty work. Colonel Shaw starts the War keen and zealous for the fight, the battle of Antietam leaves his frustrated and injured. Synopsis
Robert Shaw spent my youth in a your life of prosperity and privilege in Boston. He was brought up in a home that valued figure, dignity and self-respect. His family experienced personal and political connections with in that case Governor John Andrew and President Abraham Lincoln. The enemy is not only the Confederate Army but the northern white wines who have opposed allowing blacks to fight for their flexibility and emancipation. The Colonel puts Key Cabot Forbes, his closest friend, in since his second in order. The men happen to be drilled by the sadistic Sargent Major Mulcahy who breaks them with savagery and disrespect. The Colonel turns a blind vision to the take care of the dark soldiers. One of the initial recruits can be described as friend of Robert and Cabot, Jones Searles. Cabot reminds Robert that Thomas is all their friend and he must stop the Running Header: CHARACTER, DIGNITY and SELF-RESPECT 3 tough treatment of the recruits. Robert is solidified by what this individual has noticed and knowledgeable at the fight of Antietam and stands coldly about Army process.
Robert slowly comes back to his true...
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