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Keith Seago

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  1. In the article by George Winston dated 1 Dec 2018 titled "Top 10 WW2 Movies" I could not believe his number 10 pick was "Inglorious Bastards" by Quentin Tarantino. This is I hope a joke. I am not saying it was a bad movie but it was a cartoon. Totally unrealistic and well silly in parts. It's an alright movie for what it is a retro rip off of the grind 70's italian war movies. But not a top ten war movie by any stretch. Here are some movies he didn't pick: The Longest Day, Downfall, Dunkirk, Patton, Where Eagles Dare, The Guns of Navarone, Fury, Tora! Tora! Tora!, Twelve O'Clock High, Battle of Britain, or Von Ryan's Express
  2. I noticed that there seems to be a sudden upturn in stories of the communist in WW2 and I just read an article touting a communist admiral for saving the world. My hero in the Cuban Crisis was President Kennedy not the communist. As far as I am concerned they beat the Germans with the help of the lend/lease act that they reneged on, and never payed back. Their generals were mediocre at best and won due to mass numbers that they massacred at a higher rate than the germans they killed. I was a cold war soldier and I don't like this sudden communist worship from these post. I am a history buff but this is getting sickening.
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