Iraq War Will Cost More Than World War II

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Air Conditioning Afghanistan Troops Costs $20 Billion Per Year – Cost Of One Soldier Is $1 Million A Year – Hotel California

Afghanistan Surge to Cost At Least $40 Billion, That Is $1.333.333 For One US Soldier Per Year


Iraq war will cost more than World War II (Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 25, 2011):

Iraq war, now winding down with US troop exit by December, has cost more than $800 billion so far. But ongoing medical treatment, replacement vehicles, etc., will push costs to $4 trillion or more.

Anyone curious about the cost of America’s wars in Iraq and Afghanistan can look it up on costofwar.com, up to the latest fraction of a second. Last weekend, the Iraq war had cost more than $800 billion since 2001; the Afghan war, $467 billion plus.

For the 8-1/2-year conflict in Iraq alone, that works out to nearly $3,000 a second.

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Adolf Hitler ‘Gave Go-Ahead To Rudolf Hess Mission To Secure Peace With Winston Churchill’ (Daily Mail)

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Adolf Hitler gives a Nazi salute with his deputy Rudolf Hess by his side

Hitler ‘gave go-ahead to Rudolf Hess mission to secure peace with Winston Churchill’ (Daily Mail, 29th May, 2011):

Rudolf Hess’s flight to Britain during World War Two in a bizarre attempt to secure peace was backed by Adolf Hitler, fresh documents claim.

History has long recorded that the Nazi number three was acting alone when he piloted a Messerschmitt to Scotland in May 1941.

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