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Moral Issues & the Arts & Hum

by: Jeanette Collins

Moral Issues & the Arts & Hum IAH 231B

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Jeanette Collins
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Jeffrey Charnley

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jeanette Collins on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to IAH 231B at Michigan State University taught by Jeffrey Charnley in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see /class/207583/iah-231b-michigan-state-university in OTHER at Michigan State University.


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Date Created: 09/19/15
O O OO IAH 231B January 26 2010 Film Journal 400 words page and a half I Due before Spring Break I One paragraph of quotWhy picked the film for this class I Ex Shows warfare in the past Know word quotmanacheismquot Patriot I Setting I South Carolina I Rebels targeting officers I Officers were wealthy I United States fighting total war British limited war Gettysburg Movie I Setting I South Carolina I Actors I Jeff Daniels Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain Benjamin Franklin quotWe must all hang together First country to come to the United States aid I The Netherlands or Dutch I Gave us money to buy guns war ships gun powder In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue Iroquois Indians hated the Huron tribe same language I Wiped out the Hurons Warfare I Just War Theory beginnings of discussions of went on and off the battlefield I Last major religious war 30 yea rs war 16181648 I Worst war in human history up to that date I Last major religious war I Protestants being killed by Catholics Jews being killed I Pilgrims came to Plymouth MA Fall of 1620 0 First thanksgiving 1621 o Came for religious freedom economic advancement free land fleeing religious discrimination fleeing 30 years war in England I Being persecuted by king and Puritan church I Swiss were most savage mercenaries Mercenaries fight for any country that pays them After 30 Years War war called sport of Kings and Queens I quotLa guerre I War in French I quotGuerrillaquot tactics o Ambush small unit fighting bigger unit 0 Innovative tactics scaring 0 Night fighting o Fooling enemy I Parole I Military term to describe prisoner of war exchange I Paroled fighters were supposed to be out of battle go home I Not a lot of prisoner exchanges in American Revolution I American Revolution I Introduces into warfare conception on Natural Rights 0 John Locke wrote about in 1660 s I A nation repressed has natural rights to overthrow a king or queen I Rights to life liberty and property 0 Declaration of Independence justifiable because King was repressing I Life liberty pursuit of happiness I Total war I Lose war country ended I Limited war I Lose war Country continues on o 1787 I United States Constitution 0 1789 I French Revolution 22000 were killed I Life liberty pursuit of happiness I Dr Guillotine invented guiotine I Crop failures starvation in Paris I Overthrow started of French King and Queen 0 ogica principles of throwing out the King I Liberty equality fraternity brotherhood I Articles of Confederation I Louis XV1 beheaded with Maria Antoinette I Russia England Spain etc declared war on France 0 End of 1790 s I France called in military aid to put down revolt in Paris Capt Napoleon Bonaparte I Napoleon overthrew French republic I Beginning of Napoleonic wars I Napoleon s goal was to conquer Europe establish Roman Empire 0 1803 I Napoleon crowned himself emperor of France 0 1812 I British tried invading US War of 1812 I Burned the White House I Battle with British at New Orleans I British defeated I Napoleon defeated at Waterloo Belgium by coalition of forces I Lord Wellington commander of British at Waterloo I Congress of Vienna ended the Napoleonic Total Wars I Described how map of Europe would be divided I Leading power of Europe was England 18151914 I Establishment of Pax Brittanica 0 British Peace 0 No major total war in Europe for 100 years after 0 August 1914 I World War 0 Geneva Conventions I Geneva is in Switzerland 0 American 19th Century


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