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Question: President Wilson:
#1[American] did the right thing by going to war  
#2[American] did the wrong thing by going to war  
#3[non American] did the right thing by going to war  
#4[non American] did the wrong thing by going to war  
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« on: August 09, 2005, 04:30:27 pm »

The treaty of versailles engineered by the Americans was the tool of ANGER and HATE that fueled Hitler's ideology of a great Germany. This treaty angered a lot of germans as much as the treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo INFURIATES me! Proportionally, over the years, From the German Empite in 1878 until Germany today, it has lost about the same percentage of Territory that Mexico lost to the US.

Germany, I feel your pain! Too bad we dont have the power to take back our territory by force like the Germans did in WWII

WARNING! POTENTIAL THREAD HIJACKING IN PROGRESS!

Sorry, couldn't resist this. Tongue

Perhaps if Mexico - which actually had a larger army than the U.S. in the Mexican-American War - had been able to keep the same government for the entire length of the war it might have done better. Grin

And German attempts to enlist Mexico on its side against the U.S. were one of the reasons for American involvement in WWI.

And you are free to try and take the land back. Call me when the Texan National Guard sacks Monterrey. Tongue
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