Marc Thiessen: Warsaw's lonely fight for liberty echoes today
Most Americans know the story of the "boys of Pointe du Hoc," the brave Army Rangers who scaled the cliffs of Normandy and liberated France from Nazi occupation.
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#1 Aug 24, 2014
The lesson of Warsaw is that the fight for liberty is a lonely endeavor. Freedom's enemies are brutal and determined, and freedom's friends are often unreliable. But in the end, it is impossible to extinguish the desire for liberty from the human heart.
Just ask the boys and girls of Warsaw.
All need to learn this lesson.
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