Author Topic: On This Day in 1951 Rosenbergs Found Guilty of Espionage  (Read 785 times)

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There are some that feel that theRosenbergs were given a raw deal, not my opinion. The rage today is revisionist history. I saw that last night on the History channel's program about Lizzie Borden who hacked her parents to death but somehow was aquitted.

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Re: On This Day in 1951 Rosenbergs Found Guilty of Espionage
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2020, 14:52:57 »
I saw that last night on the History channel's program about Lizzie Borden who hacked her parents to death but somehow was aquitted.

Lizzie Borden took an axe
 She gave her mother forty whacks.
 When she saw what she had done
 She gave her father forty-one.
 Lizzie Borden got away
 For her crime she did not pay.
In any war, there are two tremendous tasks. That of the combat troops is to fight the enemy. That of the supply troops is to furnish all the material to insure victory. The faster and farther the combat troops advance against the foe, the greater becomes the battle of supply. EISENHOWER