Massacre of the Innocents

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    The Massacre of the innocents gives the viewer a glimpse into the life and artistic journey of Flemish Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens. When one looks at the painting, it is as if they are reading the journal of the artist. The artist’s personal style, which was developed through inspiration from great artists such as Caravaggio, Michelangelo and Raphael, stands out in this painting. One can clearly see elements of the painting which have been influenced by the works of the artists that he carefully

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    Though I do not know the background of Massacre of the Innocents, this painting seems to depict a group of men fighting with a group of women over babies, and when the men manage to steal these babies, the men kill them. Besides the death of children, the most peculiar aspect of this painting is the fact that the men and the babies are naked and the women seem to be losing their clothes. The different person’s level of clothing can tell a lot about what is going on. Leaving the men without clothing

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    A particularly vivid scene is displayed in Peter Paul Rubens’ first portrayal of the slaughter of many innocent civilians of Bethlehem. The Context of Peter Paul Reuben’s Massacre of the Innocents serves as an expression the artist’s identity through the historical content that he has chosen to paint, through the obvious influences of the techniques used in the creation, and the artist’s intention

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    itself. The Salem Witch Trials and The Rosewood Incident occurred in two different time periods but had many things in common such as innocent deaths due to hate and the need for revenge. The Salem Witch Trials occurred in January of 1692 and 1693 in Salem, Massachusetts(Salem Witch Trials). The main child of the trials was Abigail Williams who accused many innocent people of witchcraft(Salem Witch Trials). Abigail knew the consequences of the accusations would be to hang the people doing the witchcraft(Salem

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    American Massacre Dbq

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    1770. I believe that there was not a massacre on March 5, 1770. In the event of a massacre, there is the cruel and meaningless killing of the innocent. I believe this event should not be considered a massacre for the reason that both parties, the Colonist and the British guardsmen were armed with weapons. Along with that, not only were the colonists armed, they were provoking the British soldiers and urging them to shoot. I believe that this event was not a massacre because both the British and the

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    soldiers to fire. This caused five of the Bostonians, including Crispus Attucks, who were shot by Preston’s men. Captain Preston’s men were put on trial, and were charged with the murder of the five Bostonians. Eventually, Preston was found innocent. The verdict of innocent in the trial of Preston is justified because Preston tried to persuade his men to not engage in a fight with the Bostonians. His lack of motive to murder the Bostonians and peaceful

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    menacing attacks. The altercation ended with innocent colonists splattered on the icy ground, the pure snow now stained with burgundy blood, their frosty bodies pierced with lethal bullets, their brisk breaths reduced to clouds of death… Much better. If you were educated in the United States of America, you know the Boston Massacre as the slaughtering of innocent Patriots fighting for liberty, for justice, for freedom. Yet if you are British, the Boston Massacre is an irrelevant event in your Civil War

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    Vigario Geral Massacre

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    Vigario Geral massacre In the year 1993, in the favela Vigario Geral, of the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro,a tragic incident involving 21 innocent people occurred. None of the people gunned down had anything to do with the underlying drug trade. The causes of this unneeded massacre was the drug trade and the corruption in the police force. The consequences of this massacre was enhanced mistrust of the of the police force, and the Afro Reggae movement. A cause of the Vigario Geral massacre was the

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    (Charlie Company) were on a search and destroy mission to root out 48th Viet Cong Battalion thought to be in the area” (A&E Networks). The Charlie Company encountered numerous amount of innocent inhabitants when they arrived at My Lai. These inhabitants, however, suffered a tragic event that was called the My Lai Massacre. “The unit met no resistance in My Lai (…..) they only found villagers eating breakfast. Nevertheless, over the next 3 hours they killed as many as 504 Vietnamese civilians” (Digital

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    Nazis tried to hide the clues that they killed thousands of people? On September 29 and 30, 1941 the Nazis killed around 30,000 Jews. This massacre was called the Babi Yar Massacre, which took the lives of innocent people. The Massacre was designed to kill thousands of Jews and they would never forget this destructive event until they died. Jews were innocent people trying to live their lives like everyone else was. They departed Kiev before they were Germany's community so they could find a more

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