Johann Tserclaes

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  • Lord Of Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus Of House Vasa

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    *The character chosen in this letter is one of the sergeant majors fighting alongside the King of Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus of House Vasa. In this letter, the Swedish soldier documented the battle fought by their forces, the Protestants, against the Catholic League of the Germans led by General Tilly. The soldier sent his letter to his father who will spread the news to the rest of the Swedish people about their victorious battle. I, Sergeant Major John Forbes, am sending this letter to you my honored

  • The Western Military Trajectory During The Gunpowder And First Industrial Revolutions

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    one and a half centuries later, Swedish King Gustavus II Adolphus would further advance the French artillery techniques and make modern modifications to the formation and maneuver of his troops during the Battle of Breitenfeld in 1631 against Count Johann Tilly, an Imperial commander. Tilly formed his forces in seventeen tercios, large formation of pikemen and musketeers fifty men abreast and thirty men deep. This formation was deadly for everything in its forward path, but it did

  • The Contrast Between the Daily Mail and the Independent Essay example

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    The Contrast Between the Daily Mail and the Independent Newspapers need to aim at a specific corner of the market to be successful. The main reason for this is that if you have a readership consisting of a specific class or type of people eg. Middle class business men. Then advertisers who want to appeal to that specific audience will use that paper for their advert and the paper can obtain large profits from adverts and the advertisers can sell lots of products. Therefore

  • Perpetual Motion: The Concept Of Perpetual Motion

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    The concept of perpetual motion states that, a perpetual motion machine is a device that exerts more power than put into the machine to start it, or as John H. Lienhard said, “a machine that produces power without being fed an even greater amount of power in a different form” This theory means that the machine would theoretically continuously run until the “Big Freeze.” This is a term that is accepted among most used to describe a possibility about how the universe will come to its demise. The Big

  • Battle Of Trenton Essay

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    The Battle of Trenton marked a decisive victory for the Colonial Army that helped to solidify the American people in fighting for independence from Great Britain. General Washington was able to leverage available human and counter-intelligence to gain the upper hand and defeat the Hessian force garrisoned in the town. Had Washington not acted on the intelligence available at the time, it is possible that the Colonial cause would not have lasted though that winter. This paper will analyze the two

  • Sophie Schoholl Thesis

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    For this project, we used two knowledge from different school classes to do an informative video to help students who read I am Malala or Sophie Scholl. Our team choose the Hitler’s youth for our subject to help people who read the book Sophie Scholl. We talked about what the children did in those camps and their way of living. Our learning in history helped us categorize and understand our information because we had already learned few things about World War II. We knew the context of this period

  • The Realm Of Classical Music

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    ravishing tunes. Although it is not as common as program or characteristic music, it is still hiding in prominent classical pieces. An exceptional example of mainstream absolute music that I enjoy is “Canon and Gigue for 3 violins and basso continuo” by Johann Pachelbel, more commonly known as simply “Canon in D,” or “Pachelbel’s Canon.” Pachelbel was a German composer who was most commonly recognized for his organ pieces. He composed “Canon in D” in 1680 during the Baroque era of classical music, an era

  • Johann Pachelbel 's Influence On The Baroque Era

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    widely known canon; Canon in D Major by Johann Pachelbel. Most known for this Canon in D Major, Johann Pachelbel is considered one of the most influential musical figures from the Baroque era. A German born composer, teacher and organist, Pachelbel is said to be a primary contributor to German organ music. His music was highly successful during his lifetime and has continued to stay a relevant fixture in today’s world. In this paper, I will show that Johann Pachelbel was pivotal in the

  • Baroque Era Music Compared to Modern Rock

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    modern day rock. Although, the advances made in music during the Baroque era (1600-1750) are still noticeable in modern day rock. A perfect example of the noticeability of modern rock influenced by Baroque music can be heard in the Baroque music of Johann Sebastian Bach’s, “Brandenburg Concerto No 4 G major BWV 1049”(Classical Vault 2), and modern day rock band, This will destroy you combined instrumental music, “Three legged work horse and there are some” (TheRealConcertKing). Although both compositions

  • Should Students Be Exposed With Culture And Cultural Experiences And Out Of The Classroom Setting

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    Students should be exposed to culture and cultural experiences both in and out of the classroom setting. Diversity should be promoted among student in class, school and the community. Students should feel confident in their growing language abilities knowing that it is okay to make mistakes and to learn from them. Creativity should be used to express students likes, dislikes and tell them a lot about them. The curriculum should be student-centered, flexible, and utilize authentic materials. A thirst