Saturday, January 19, 2008

US couldn't bomb WW II death camps

It's cheap and easy today to say we should have bombed Germany's concentration camps and death camps. With today's satellites, long-range aircraft and precision bombing we could to it - today. But then we couldn't. We didn't know, first, that they existed, then, where they were. Our bombers didn't have the range to bomb and return to safe bases. They didn't have daily satellite images. They didn't have precision bombs. Even President Bush has fallen into the "we should have..." J. R. Dunn at American Thinker has the details.

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