World War II

 
 

Russell Dunham, World War II, Medal of Honor, Washington Post, April 8, 2009, Sgt. Dunham, 3rd Infantry Division, German fox holes, German machine guns, Greatest Generation passing

First of all, let me say that I have nothing but respect for the Greatest Generation, the generation that survived the Great Depression and saved the world from Nazi domination. Today in the obituaries, I read of the passing of another American hero. The exploits of Russell Dunham against German forces in World War II are another example of the self sacrifice common among the Greatest Generation and harder to find in the current masses of “me” individuals in our midst. From the Washington Post, April 8, 2009. “On Jan.Read More


Iraq war, history 101, United Nations, US role, facts, revisionist history

There are 1 or more people commenting on this blog that are purportedly University of Western Florida students. Responding with comments to my posts is ok. Disagreeing with me is ok. Trying to take over this blog is not. If you need a platform for your agenda, start your own blog. History 101 and the Iraq War Prerequisites: some fundamental knowledge of 20th century history. Closest analogy to Iraq war in past 100 years, World War II. Topic 1 – The Iraq war is costing a lot of money. ThereRead More