…did not fare too well against gas-guzzling, Detroit-manufactured, climate-unfriendly transportation.

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German cavalry firing from the backs of horses, 1935 - Rare Historical Photos

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Horses in World War II - Wikipedia

 

Via J. Kb’s Forget major wars, we are going lose even minor battles – Gun Free Zone

 

UPDATE: Markc sent me this very appropriate bit from Band of Brothers.

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Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “The last Army that fought a war with Climate-Friendly Vehicles…”
  1. Dimwit President, if we are dependant on other countries to supply EV batteries or their components we hand them an advantage. You know who I mean

    Ask the brits when Belgium disageed with Blair going into Iraq in Gulf Ware 1 and stopped supplying the ammunition they contracted to supply

  2. As an old set of wargame rules put it, the US in WWII had a used car lot full of vehicles for every unit while the Germans still depended on mules.

  3. Well, on the plus side, when the horses stopped working you could always eat them for chow. Life, lemons, lemonade.

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