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Zero Apologies: Dropping A-Bomb on Hiroshima Was NOT a Mistake...

1. Americans warned Japan about incoming attacks. Multiple times. We distributed millions of leaflets to Japanese civilians urging them to GTFO of cities that were possible bomb-zones.

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Wars

MEMORIAL DAY!

“YOUR SILENT TENTS OF GREEN

WE DECK WITH FRAGRANT FLOWERS;

YOURS HAS THE SUFFERING BEEN,

THE MEMORY SHOULD BE OURS.”

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Remember our Veterans on Memorial Day

Remember those who protected us through the years

The veterans of countless wars and conflicts, we shed our tears

We look at their strength and dedication with compassion and pride… 45 more words

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Too Late Smart

Too Late Smart

I once had a large beer stein, embossed with this statement in a mock German/English hybrid: Ve grow too soon oldt, und too late schmart! 517 more words

Musings

The War Inside by Jon and Tim Foreman

The country we belong may not be at war, but everyone of us are facing it every single day — inside of us. Every decision we’ll make, every action we’ll take, it’s decided there inside of us. 261 more words

Inner Life

Thirty Years’ War - French Phase, 1635–1648

Gustavus’ councillor Oxenstierna replaced him in the field in Germany but lost badly at First Nördlingen (September 5–6, 1634). He was later taken hostage by his own men, who demanded all pay in arrears. 1,056 more words

France

History With Snark - Vol 1, Issue 6

So, dear readers, I found this amazing story on the way home from a friend’s house…

And it has absolutely nothing to do with the Renaissance, French architecture, or the Taft administration.  1,371 more words

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