Becket movie essays

“Thus, when the Japanese, in a surprise attack on March 9, 1945, destroyed and captured whatever French troops and administrators remained in Indochina, this order apparently was executed to the letter, in spite of the desperate please for help by the succumbing French Garrisons. In the words of General Claire L. Chennault, of the 14th Air Force: “orders arrived from Theater headquarters stating that no arms and ammunition would be provided to the French troops under any circumstances.” (Note: evidence emerged later that Chennault disobeyed orders and did provide some assistance to the French unfortunates).

The essences of truth, honor, compassion, allegiance, humility, grace, and integrity were first exposed to us as children, and are no differently exposed to us now. ... Beckett would not yield to the selfish ways of man, and fail to uphold God's Honor and Light; He would not "let Satan blow it out," as the childhood chant would express it. Beckett, as dearly and tightly as he was bound to Henry by love, was even more bound by his integrity to God's Honor, to "Right" over "Might"---and he would uphold this integrity in every form and fashion. .....

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becket movie essays

Becket movie essays


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