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March 13, 2017


Martin Adamson

"But while anti-Americanism has always been potent in Germany, it was concentrated on the communist and fascist fringes."

This is sheer ahistorical nonsense. Anti-Americanism was rampant in Germany during the Vietnam War - Germans were united that in believing that America had a duty to protect Germans from Communism, and also to abandon South East Asia to Communism - during the deployment of cruise missiles in the early 80s, as well as during both Gulf War I and Gulf War II.

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