• By Ashe Lockhart
• October 8, 2007
>> I watched the recent Ken Burns documentary, The War — an oral history by and about about the men and women who experienced WWII. What a remarkable piece of work. In the third episode, there’s a segment on the U.S. invasion of Anzio, which went from being a cake walk to a blood bath due to the ineptitude or vanity of the commanding officer of the invasion force. After a merciless shelling by the Germans, a U.S. mess sergeant fell to his knees and pleaded: “God help us. You come yourself. Don’t send Jesus. This is no place for Children.” The War isn’t just for those who would hope to understand the people and events of WWII, which led to the United States becoming the most powerful temporal force in the history of humankind. Like The War itself, the documentary is for everyone in America.
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