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Apr/May 2010

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Editorials


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Up in the Attic
 
That's what happens when the present goes on too long. You loot the past.
 
Stanley Jenkins

 

Old Vinegar in New Bottles
 
Because he is more than just a chronicler of events with a little analysis thrown in, Carr traces the attitudes and polices that gave rise to the stupidities that followed the conclusion of the first European conflagration, a holocaust in its own right if one looks at the number of dead, almost all soldiers, millions, sometimes tens of thousands in one battle.
 
Thomas J. Hubschman

 

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