History Buffs At The MSM

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Progressives really want to forget the 1930s

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It is all starting to fit together now. Hitler, Roswell, aliens, Argentina, Maradona ….

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14 Aug 1942, Page 1 – at Newspapers.com

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8 Jul 1947, Page 1 – at Newspapers.com

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9 Responses to History Buffs At The MSM

  1. gator69 says:

    Winston deserves another ration of Victory Gin for that one!

  2. Jon says:

    1948 eh? Hmm …

  3. gymnosperm says:

    You can nearly taste the desperate need to believe in the photo. A lot like Carbonists.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Thanks for demonstrating how pitiful recent summer heat has been compared to that of the 1930’s.

  5. These Austrians were ecstatic. One of our own!

    I once saw Whoopi Goldberg and David Crosby just as elated after an election.

  6. RAH says:

    LIFE now hires people that don’t even bother to look in the magazines impressive archives?

  7. RAH says:

    BTW Feb 1, 1943 marked the official end of the Guadalcanal campaign. The Japanese soldiers had come to call the place “starvation island” and survivors had been successfully evacuated to prevent them being wiped out by US Army and Marine forces. Most people agree with the vast majority of historians that say that the battle of Midway was the turning point of WW II in the Pacific. IMO as great as the results of that battle were, it was still a defensive victory and after it was over the Imperial Japanese Navy still had superiority in numbers of every class of war ship in the Pacific over the USN and allies and the forces of Nippon were still conducting offensive operations.

    It was at Guadalcanal that the US gained the strategic initiative for the allies in the Pacific and they never lost it after that. Admiral ‘Bull’ Halsey said it best:
    “”Before Guadalcanal the enemy advanced at his pleasure
    — after Guadalcanal he retreated at ours.”

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