Victor Davis Hanson has a good column about the mistakes made in World War II to remind us that mistakes are made in war but to not let the mistakes deter us from doing what is necessary to preserve our freedom
"the Normandy campaign reminds us that war is by nature horrific, fraught with foolish error - and only won by the side that commits the least number of mistakes. Our grandfathers knew that. So they pressed on as best they could, convinced that they needn't be perfect, only good enough, to win."
To read his entire column click on the title for a link.