At 03:46 PM 11/9/2002, Marc wrote:

Trivia question: who first broke neutrality in WWII?
Great Britain, September 3, 1940, ostensibly to guarantee the territorial integrity of Poland. However after the war Poland was divvied up to the Soviets--so what the heck was WWII fought for?

Interestingly enough, President Roosevelt urged the military combatants on both sides to refrain from bombing cities or civilian populations. Churchill and the French promised that only strictly military targets would be bombed by their air forces.



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