If you don't already know, I wrote a book and self published it through Amazon. It's about a German who spied for the Japanese before the Pearl Harbor attack. His story was too long for my blog. I'd stumbled across Kuehn's story because he used RCA to transmit some of his messages. One in particular, the signals message, was mentioned in the Congressional record as well as by other authors. His story fasinated me from the start. Why would a German family man spy for the Japa
My local paper, the Bend Bulletin, published a thought provoking editorial by Victor Davis Hanson, historian and classicist at the Hoover Institution, Sanford University on September 25, 2106. Educated in such hallowed halls, I took note of his opinions. And they scared me. In his column he shows how war often takes people by surprise like the calm before the storm-- in spite of long- simmering disputes. Hanson points out that the Great War was sparked by an assassination.