In Removing Confederate Symbols, US Military Follows German Military’s ExampleNews Abroad
tags: Cold War, military history, Germany, Confederacy, EAST GERMANY, German reunification
A retired Army officer, contributing editor Fred Zilian is an adjunct professor of history and politics at Salve Regina University. (www.zilianblog.com; Twitter: @FredZilian) He is the author of From Confrontation to Cooperation: The Takeover of the National People’s (East German) Army by the Bundeswehr.
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