At War – What Are We Made Of?

The guts to resist evil. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Magazine The United States finally entered the First World War because of the nation’s lingering outrage over a few hundred floating bodies from the sunken ocean liner Lusitania, which was torpedoed during Germany’s unrestricted submarine warfare. Share This

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The Meaning of Tet

1968 Tet Offensive, Vietnam War by Victor Davis Hanson American Heritage A historian argues that in Vietnam America’s cause was just, its arms effective, and its efforts undermined by critics back home — and that this is how things must work in a free society. Share This

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