The Limits of German Patience

by Victor Davis Hanson

PJ Media

Cologne, Germany

I’m still in Germany, and keep noticing a predictable, but continually interesting, pattern in talking to Germans of all walks of life — tourists, hoteliers, guides, drivers, casual bystanders, or students. When Greece comes up (or rather is brought up by Americans), there is a noticeable tension. Continue reading “The Limits of German Patience”