The raids constituted a horrific, shameful episode in American history. Why aren't they remembered in history books? Lawrence W Reed writes.
Nazi Germany forced France to surrender on June 22, 1940. A day later, Adolf Hitler himself toured the conquered capital of Paris, where he personally ordered the destruction of two memorials to heroes from the First World War. Today—December 4, 2019—is the 154th anniversary of the birth of one of them, a remarkable woman named Edith Cavell. Her story is…