Tag: moral courage

Military Leadership in Two Brief Messages

 

General Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander, prepared two messages in preparation for D-Day, 6 June 1944. One was issued as his Order of the Day for June 6, 1944, to be read to all the troops. The other was jotted in pencil on a single page. Both messages teach us what military leadership under our constitutional republic should look and sound like.

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS
ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force!

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photo of Jakub Baryla of Poland I wonder at the courage, convictions and impact of a single individual against a torrent of opposition, politically, socially, religiously, and morally. Consider the courage of the following individuals, and their reasons for standing up to the on-coming tide of socialism and secularism across the world: “We need tangible […]

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There’s a new memoir out. It’s The Last Closet: The Dark Side of Avalon from Moira Greyland, who is Marion Zimmer Bradley’s daughter. MZB not only wrote an influential and successful feminist neopagan take on the Arthur cycle, (Mists of Avalon) and built Darkover, a fictional world that people are still writing stories in, she neglected […]

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