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10 November 2011

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Personally glad the US went back to November 11th for commemoration of the WWI Armstice. Arguments seems to grow in favor of the vast significance of that day and WWI as perhaps marking the suicide of Western Civilization.

Remember the dead who gave their lives for US. How did HITLER decide to declare war on the US a mere four days after Pearl Harbor? Did he not understand that despite poor training and armament, the US put almost two million soldiers into Europe after joining the Allies in WWI. An immense feat and mobilization carefully documented by John Eisenhower and laying the ground work for the follow on event--WWII.

A day for the most somber tribute to all Veterans and especially those that gave the last full measure of devotion.

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