Link of the Day: Hiroshima’s Lessons for the War on Terror

Posted on August 28, 2014 6:00 pm

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Hiroshima’s Lessons for the War on Terror

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2 Responses to “Link of the Day: Hiroshima’s Lessons for the War on Terror”

  1. Vaktatunnen says:

    Good advice. The sacred duty of the professional soldier is to quickly end war. You end war by making it impossible for your enemy to carry out the actions of warfare. Sherman understood that. To prolong war by dithering with a lack of moral resolve is a crime against man and God. Johnson didn’t understand that. Take the hatred you have for your enemy and turn it against the forces and beliefs which caused the war to begin with. Then defeat your foe and begin the healing.

  2. CCO says:

    As a boy I was taught as a truism that the atomic bombs ended the war and that this was a good thing because we didn’t have to invade; therefore, my uncles on a troopship en route and in theater survived the war.

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