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I'll help with your research:

Peruse Instapundit's archives 2003/04 and link to the posts from 1946-47ish.

Substitute Iraq for Germany.

You guys were pretty bleak, too.

And you haven't turned out quite like we hoped, either.

Yes, "War could have been avoided" if certain governments and individuals and an organization with the initials 'U' and 'N' had actually put the screws to Saddam Hussein instead of taking bribes from him.

Via Rantburg:


Beginning May 1, 2006, German temporary passports (or emergency passports) will no longer be valid for travel to the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). Regular, official and diplomatic German passports (with a digital photo if issued after October 26, 2005) remain valid for Visa Waiver Program travel, per the current VWP passport requirements.

Travelers in possession of German temporary or emergency passports who intend to travel to or through the U.S. must either obtain a valid, machine-readable German passport for VWP travel or apply for a visa to travel to the U.S.

Germany remains a designated country in the Visa Waiver Program, and its citizens with regular passports may continue to use the program for business and tourism travel to the U.S. Regular full-validity German passports are unaffected by this decision.

War that could have been avoided?
World War I?
World War II?

Of course war could have been avoided. All the U.S. had to do was surrender.

You first.

They are.

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