“Minucius hit out at Caesar. They were just like men doing battle against him. Under the mass of wounds, he fell at the foot of Pompey’s statue. Everyone wanted to seem to have had some part in the murder, and there was not one of them who failed to strike his body as it lay there, until, wounded thirty-five times, he breathed his last. “
In today’s post I am thrilled to share an articles about WWII titled Americans, Germans, and French, Oh my! The Strange Battle For Castle Itter by our guest Thomas Richardson. He is an historian and writer who publishes on his own blog titled History Here And Now and has been featured here previously.