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May 5, 2008
NIJMEGEN, NETHERLANDS—Foreign policy analysts and citizens in the United States should pay attention to the words of a retired Dutch diplomat. Whether we agree with him or not, his words have context in today's problems.
Nicolaas Wegter says Europe and especially his native Netherlands will never forget what American troops did for the Dutch in World War II. This city, close to the German border, was freed from the Nazis by American forces after a fierce and bloody battle.