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In which I drink my coffee, and muse on the fact that the years since 1945 have been the longest period since 113 B.C. in which no army has crossed the Rhine with fire and sword.
For April 30: Crossing the Rhine with Fire and Sword
J. Bradford DeLong on April 30, 2006 at 07:53 PM in History, Strategy, Streams: Economics | Permalink