Here is how the life of Eleanor Roosevelt turned into the most important woman of the USA. First, when she was born, she was hated by her parents due to her looks. She was also born into a very rich family where her mother was very pretty and how they always went to their vacation home on the Hudson River over the Summer and on Weekends. On page 274 it states,"was called Granny by her mother because of her seriousness." Next, she started to feel depressed due to her father's death. Eleanor's father was the only person who cared about her in the family. Then, she was sent to boarding school and she gained determination, strength, belief, and power. She became physically and mentally stronger by making it into field hockey and taking cold showers everyday. Finally, she strengthened woman's rights and helped the country with difficulties. She also became the First Lady and married the president Franklin D Roosevelt.
Turning points for perseverance
Winston Churchill is a super and incredible historical figure. He was born in Blenheim Palace in Marlborough, England. His childhood was lonely and harsh because he was away from his family very often. His parents traveled extensively and led busy social lives. Most of his childhood he spent with his nanny, Elizabeth Everest.
Throughout his life he has shown remarkable perseverance, superb responsibility and incredible strength. For example in Sudan where he traveled to see action throughout the world, he was shot at and captured. After spending nearly a month as prisoner, he took his strength and confidence to escape successfully. He also showed superb responsibility for his country. When Germany started attacking other countries and gaining power, Churchill trained the British Navy and gained allies from the Soviet Union and the U.S.A. during his accomplishments. However, he is best known for Protecting his country from being attacked by Germany. He gave incredible speeches to tell his country that they have the power to keep fighting to succeed. During this time he lead .
Winston Churchill once said, “Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never,-in nothing, great or small, large or petty- never give in, except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.” From this quote, we know that Churchill was trying to tell that the country was not alone and that they should never give up. Continue fighting to the end to reach the goal.
Fear, Differences, and Change
Here is how the story called the noble experiment was inspiring the public. First, Jackie Robinson is added to the team. Next, many fans and other teams started to create social conflicts on how he is different from his teammates on his skin color. Then, Branch Rickey decided to help Robinson with his conflicts and how to deal with them correctly. Finally, Robinson was experiencing dignity because of the help from Branch Rickey which helped him to cope the conflicts and to stay confident.