Blood & Soil: The Korean War: A Good lesson America learned … or has it?

[Here is an important quote, and this quote applies to all white nations. Indeed, one could say this is a Blood and Soil type of quote. This applies everywhere. This is from an American historian who was himself an officer in the Korean war. Jan]

“Americans in 1950 rediscovered something that since Hiroshima they had forgotten: you may fly over a land forever; you may bomb it, atomize it, pulverize it and wipe it clean of life—but if you desire to defend it, protect it, and keep it for civilization, you must do this on the ground, the way the Roman legions did, by putting your young men into the mud.”
― T. R. Fehrenbach, This Kind of War: The Classic Military History of the Korean War

Another very relevant quote is this:

“If war is to have any meaning at all, its purpose must be to establish control over peoples and territories, and ultimately, this can be done only as Alexander the Great did it, on the ground.”
― T.R. Fehrenbach, This Kind of War: The Classic Military History of the Korean War

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