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What person have you put yourself in the place of?

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Steven Mossbrooks

on 26 August 2013

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01.07 Collapse of an Empire: Assessment
Steven Mossbrooks

What person have you put yourself in the place of?
What does this person smell?
What does this person see?
What does this person hear?
What does this person touch?
What fears does this person feel?
Why is this person here?
Name at least three goals this person thinks he will accomplish by winning the battle.
What does this person think will happen the week after the battle?
He most likely feels that a week later they will all be finished with the battle, and beginning to develop the new nation. They will be celebrating their victory, drinking, and all will be well. However, during the battle, he was most likely thinking of other things besides what would happen when they won.
I put myself in the place of one of the turkish archers in the bushes.
The archer smells the crisp ocean air, the smell of blood, and the smell of sweat as a result of the physical stress of war.
He sees his Turkish comrades around him, armed to the teeth with bows, swords, shields, and spears. He sees an allied ship at port, and allies desperately climbing ladders to get passed the walls.
The sounds of arrows being released. Also many desperate war cries, and the last screams of those who will soon parish amidst the raging battle.
He holds in one hand his bow, made of some form of durable wood, and in the other an arrow, which he will soon let loose onto an enemy soldier.
He feels a twinge of sadness, knowing that he will soon most likely take a mans life. However he also feels a twinge of fear running through his body, knowing that the opposite may also be possible.
He is there because he wishes to conquer the area for the Ottoman Empire, and end the previous Empire.
1. Bringing a downfall to the previous Empire.
2. Him and his fellow soldiers will still be alive, making history
3. He will be part of the beginning of the Ottoman Empire
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