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Remember Victory-In-Europe Day

Pat1859 Wrote: May 03, 2012 3:41 PM
Whenever I see a man with a miitary cap of one of the services, I thank them for the service they have given for all of us. Most are getting old, and when I look at the pictures of those young, brave, vibrant fighting men it's hard to see them now, but they deserve all the thanks that can be given them for saving our freedom. Freeom isn't free it was paid for by millions of your lives!

December 1941 is usually remembered by Americans as that fateful month when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, thus thrusting the United States into World War II. However, consider an alternate scenario: Adolf Hitler appears triumphantly before the Reichstag announcing the destruction of the Soviet Union, following the German capture of Moscow and the “cowardly escape of that war criminal, Joseph Stalin,” to somewhere in the vast Russian hinterlands. “Just as I predicted,” the Fuhrer crows before cheering hordes in Germany’s puppet legislature: “All we had to do was to kick down the door and the whole rotten structure will collapse!”

And collapse...