These men and women remind us that heroism is found not only on the fields of battle.
This is a singular form of heroism, that is ongoing on our behalf, in the shadows, all over the world.
In most accounts the presence of black troops, let along their heroism, is never mentioned.
Feelings of shame and unworthiness are universal precursors to one of two things: an act of destruction and an act of heroism.
Our anthem sticks in my throat, our stories of heroism echo with all they fail to reveal.
It was a hopeless struggle for Corsica; but the heroism of the undaunted people moved all Europe to sympathy.
They were deeply impressed with the heroism he had exhibited in his long and perilous journey.
Let us look for a little at the Hero as Divinity, the oldest primary form of heroism.
The attack was terrible, and the heroism on every side sublime.
Especially in the late war did the government learn to recognize the Spartanlike heroism of the Negro.