May 25, 2018

What people are saying about our military history series

Is the success of World War 2 greatly exaggerated? Retweet

We run Perry Willis’ series on the history of U.S. military intervention before Memorial Day and Armistice Day (Veterans Day). Here’s what others are saying about it…

“Your Downsize DC history series has been phenomenal. Brief, concise, and authoritative. The specific format you adopted was well thought out and easy for the average person not a historian or history buff to follow.” — Charles Burris, May 27, 2017

“The series on USA wars is excellent and easy-to-read. It really ought to be required reading. If there’s to be a test for voters…it should be based on this.” – Andrew Horning, May 17, 2018

“Your article on U.S. intervention in WW1 is the best I’ve ever seen on that subject.” — Walter Clark, April 7, 2017

Re the WW2 article…“Whew. That was a lot to take in. Never have I been exposed to those views in school. I don’t think most Americans even think of the real reasons that we have been attacked. Most just assume that they attack us because we’re awesome and they’re jealous of what we have – the whole “they hate us for our freedoms”. — A.C., on Facebook, October 3, 2017

See what the fuss is about. Read the last article in the series, Was World War Two a “good war?” Then…

  1. Share it with your friends. (They didn’t learn this stuff in The State’s schools!)
  2. Make a contribution or start a monthly pledge. We’ll boost the WW2 article on Facebook to reach and educate more people.

Thanks for being an ACTIVE DC Downsizer,

Jim Babka
Downsize DC

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