Is one U.S. war more important to understand than any other?
So many wars, so little time to understand them all. But we’ve made things a lot easier by refining the most important information into a series of articles that cover most U.S. wars.
On top of that, we’ve curated all of those articles into a single website: WarTruth.org. But…
Is there one article that’s more important than all the rest?
Let’s ponder that for a moment…
Most people don’t know that ALL early U.S. wars were wars of conquest. That might be a valuable thing to understand. Or…
It could also be useful to share your knowledge of how Teddy Roosevelt betrayed Korea, co-founded the Empire of Japan, and set the stage for both Pearl Harbor and the creation of North Korea. How many of your friends know any of that? But to me…
One U.S. war stands out from the rest
Every American should come to know that U.S. intervention in World War 1 was probably the most disastrous mistake in human history. I explain why in “Did U.S. politicians support the more evil side in WW 1?” U.S. involvement…
- Gave rise to the Soviet Union
- Fostered the rise of Adolf Hitler
- Created a petri dish for radical Islam
- Made World War 2 and the Cold War possible
Absent U.S. intervention in World War 1, there might be little to discuss about U.S. wars. But because of that intervention somewhere north of 100 million people died. If you agree with me that this is history worth knowing and sharing, please read or re-read my article about World War 1.
ZAP The State and have a nice day,
Zero Aggression Project