Saturday, February 16, 2019

Broken Chain :: essays research papers

In the movie, "Broken Chain", we can easily define the both sides, which are opposing each other one is the six nations and the sulphur is the British Empire. But actually, on that point is the third perspective in the scene, which I will go over later. There are two primary(prenominal) characters in the six nations, one is Joseph Brant and another is Mohahehu. Although Joseph and Mohahehu are best(p) friends, they have different points of view towards the intents of the British Empire. Joseph, who is a double actor and put his own use up the first place in the commencement, tries to plunge himself to be an Indian hero and become the chief and the first Indian commander in a western army in the history, and his ambition ultimately put him into the trap set up by the British. Mohahehu, who is succeeded to become the new chief of the six nations, feeling that something has been wrong from the beginning of helping the British to fight against Indians in Delaware. On t he other side, thither is Sir William Johnson. He is a man that will do anything to satisfy his interest and at the same time accomplishes the British kings plans. As we can see, he take down married an Indian woman because of the public toilet to form a tie with the six nations. As the movie goes along, there are intensions between the Indians and the British constantly. The British always demand the Indians to outpouring help on their problems, but never keep on their promises, much(prenominal) as new settlers were looting Indians land throughout the time even when the "chain" was still existed. This fragment in the history, once again back up the basic of the human nature, "Men are born evil". At that time, the Europeans were the strongest people on the earth, in terms of firearms and navigation technologies. The Europeans intentions are obvious, that is to hyperbolize and take other peoples land and resources (example slaves, land and ore mines).

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