Similarities between WW2 and War on Terror

Discussion in 'History Forum' started by Joseph_Botwinick, Jun 4, 2004.

  1. Joseph_Botwinick

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    Nobody talks about the hundreds of GI's who were killed in the 3+ years of occupation on Germany by the "werewolfs", nor the damage done to the nation's infrastructure when WE were footing the bill to rebuild it!
     
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    You are correct in this Dr. Bob. However, I think I would point out that we lost many more American lives in the actual war that led to liberation before the occupation of Germany and that it took much longer to actually get to the point of occupying Germany. I think the similarities of the world opinion being against America and the media reporting it as if we were going to lose and everything being spined so negatively is the similarities.

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