• Stephen Thompson

The Ultimate Sacrifice

It’s such a commentary on my grandfather that, with total subtlety from my perspective, he was able to push more of my time and passion toward President Grant’s beloved friend—versus his generation. The American objective on this—to find a non-historian to settle that matter.

I’ve applied my heart in the other direction before recent years. For me, going to see “Pearl Harbor” at the cinema was a real contemplation.

Looking back on recent years, I must say something today about Americans who paid the ultimate price against the Empire of Japan. There is a document really made possible by conscientious people from Japan who put facts out there readily available to me. The facts in that document are so severe that I feel the need to call attention to them today. The United States had a war that left the memories of the conflict—macabre.

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