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April 10, 2017


Don Z. Block

I think I am still teaching, but very few of the college students I teach know much about World War II. If I ask which country was this country's strongest ally, I will usually get either "I don't know" or "France." Nobody knows which country was most responsible for eviscerating the German army. Nobody will know the difference between the Eastern and Western fronts. Sometimes, I will get a student who does not know who won.

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