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Great War Memories

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On May 29, 2008
John Quiggin, riffing off this Edward Lengel column, suggests that the respective experiences of Europe and the United States in World War I may explain cultural differences on the use of force:In any case, in the long run, the absence of this most bloodily futile...

V-2

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On February 16, 2008

Brad has a good post on the Freeman Dyson review of Michael Neufeld's new biography of Werner Von Braun. Essentially, Dyson makes the argument that the V-2 was a poor.

Khalkhin-Gol

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On January 26, 2008
Andy over at Siberian Lights has a nice little history of the Battle of Khalkhin-Gol. Khalkhin-Gol was the outcome of several years of competition between the Soviet Union and Japan over the border between their respective client states, Mongolia and Manchukuo. Long story short, the...
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