- Apr 20, 2008
Clearly annoyed you were rumbled so quickly, but let's face it, with tedious, unoriginal and predicatable crap like this,:How bizarre. What a weirdo. Couldn't be further from the truth. Get back in your barracks soldier and await further orders. Stop thinking. It's not your role in life and it's obviously not good for your mental health.
..you were never going to hide for long?Originally Posted by Global Irish Nation
Incrementally, piece by piece, the long silent German narrative on much of the WW2 experience is coming to light. And that's surely a good thing. No one should want to be fed a simplistic one sided 'winners version of events.' The world is entitled to hear it all. Turning the spotlight on the likes of Eisenhower and Churchill and their criminal actions doesn't have to take away from the horrors committed by a few/some/many on the German side. And neither should the truths that are slowly emerging be systematically ignored or mindlessly diminished becasue we may not like them. The fact is, there are a lot of unanswered questions and hidden perspectives relating to WW2 and indeed WW1 that warrant real historic academic scrutiny.