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  1. Re: Churchill versus the rest - Best or worst WWII leader?

    I think Churchill is perhaps a bit overrated, I think one could make a good case that he wasn't even the greatest Churchill. I have been reading about John Churchill and he seems far more impressive...
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    James FitzJames

    Recently I have been reading a lot about James FitzJames the Duke of Berwick and am curious what people think of his abilities as a commander and how he compares with other commanders of that war and...
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    Re: Ukraine - Munich II ?

    One point that is relevant is that the Germans seem to have resisted the Soviets with much greater determination than the western allies. They seem to have been more reluctant to surrender on the...
  4. Re: The Russians are coming! Ooooh! I'm really scared!

    I know this is off topic, but I wonder what people think of Alexander the Great. There doesn't seem to be much discussion of ancient/medieval warfare but the off-topic militaria section might be a...
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    Re: WWI 100 Years Later

    One thing that is troubling about WW! is the subsequent French humiliation in 1940. It's as if the French sacrifice from 1914-18 was in vain.
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    Re: Hanoi Jane : the bits not widely known.

    One possible reason for outrage is the because America is supposed to hold people accountable for atrocities (at least in my view). I don't think anyone is trying to suggest that the North...
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    Re: Hanoi Jane : the bits not widely known.

    I'm curious if people have any thoughts on the reported Tiger Force atrocities...they sound pretty bad...
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    Re: Hanoi Jane : the bits not widely known.

    I also think people might be better served to direct their anger at politicians who got the U.S. involved in the Vietnam in the first place...like Johnson and Nixon and perhaps the people who voted...
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    Re: Hanoi Jane : the bits not widely known.

    I'm skeptical that the Vietcong were more brutal than the South Vietnamese. Didn't South Vietnamese forces routinely commit atrocities. As far as punishment for atrocities go, I'd be curious to...
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    Re: An Act of Bastardry

    Were these just people born in Japan that were being interned or also people of Japanese descent that had been born in Australia?
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    I also see some hypocrisy in this condemnation of Speer. As I have mentioned in other threads, America's allies were engaged in a considerable amount of vile behavior in later conflicts. If Speer's...
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    Yes, the Russians did have to send their ships a long distance but from 1941-45 the U.S. was able to bring its navy thousands of miles to the Japanese home islands. As far as firing accuracy and...
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    Another possible example of a country holding out against adversaries with much greater resources is Prussia in the Seven Years War. I believe Prussia's enemies had a huge advantage in population,...
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    I see the point about the Russians fighting far from where much of the countries resources are located and also see how only having one railway could make it difficult to rapidly transport soldiers...
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    Also, I'm not sure I agree with the suggestion that a country is doomed to lose a struggle against an adversary with greater resources. Didn't Russia possess considerably greater...
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    One book I was reading suggested that the Japanese made little attempt to mobilize scientists in the civilian sector for weapons-related research. The suggestion is that there was considerable...
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    Re: Greatest Generation?

    I don't know how we can be sure of the stakes involved in an Axis victory. I expect things would have been very bad for a while but sometimes countries can become less repressive over time. For...
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    Re: Massacre in Korea

    It seems to me that the best course of action might have been to demand that the atrocities stop if the South Koreans were to continue receiving aid from the United States. Perhaps they could have...
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    Re: Massacre in Korea

    Do people have any opinions as to how much the American public knew about the villainy of the South Koreans? I would have guessed that the public might have been very disenchanted with many of the...
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    Re: Massacre in Korea

    I apologize for not replying more quickly. Don't people feel that the U.S. and other countries aiding the South Koreans had a moral obligation to pressure them to stop massacres of...
  21. Re: Firebombing: Are war crimes decided by the victors?

    Chevan, I am referring to general treatment of people who fell afoul of the people in charge (critics, suspected leftists, political rivals). The South Vietnamese and South Koreans seem like good...
  22. Re: Firebombing: Are war crimes decided by the victors?

    I suppose I don't see why moral standards would suddenly undergo a massive transformation in 1945 and make people accept conduct that was previously viewed as outrageous. Why would people have any...
  23. Re: Firebombing: Are war crimes decided by the victors?

    The topic I was trying to discuss is general atrocious behavior by the western allies in the postwar period and is broader than just the atrocities in the Korean war.

    If people are outraged by the...
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    Re: Firebombing: Are war crimes decided by the victors?

    The Associated Press article http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24695113/ns/world_news-asia_pacific/t/thousand-koreans-executed-early-war/#.T93vaVKJ3Ph indicates that American military personnel were...
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    Re: Firebombing: Are war crimes decided by the victors?

    If a country is providing support for a group that engages in terrible atrocities and the country supporting the group is aware of the atrocities yet continues to support them it seems to me that...
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