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A quote from Inside the Third Reich by Albert Speer who here quotes Adolf Hitler:

The Americans had not played a very prominant part in the war of 1914-18, he thought, and moreover had not made any great sacfifices in blood. They would certainly not withstand a great trial by fire, for their fighting qualities where low. In general, no such thing as an American people existed as a unit; they were nothing but a mass of immigrants from many nations and races.

p. 181

I post this to illustrate that the Japanese thought the same way. The only dissenting voice being Admiral Yamamoto.

Oleg Gordievski (sic) in Instructions from the Centre revealed that the Soviet Union thought similarly.

After Somalia, so did OBL. No heart he thought.

Scorecard please! }:-)
 
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