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What was the most significant military disaster?

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What was the most significant military disaster?


9 Responses to “What was the most significant military disaster?”


  1. 1
    Ed Hamilton, Danville, Illinois says:

    Gettysburg

  2. 2
    Darryl Raby says:

    Stalingrad

  3. 3
    Eric Couch says:

    Aztecs lose to the Conquistadors

  4. 4
    penoy says:

    Adrianople

  5. 5
    kenneth says:

    Battle of the Teutoburg Forest

  6. 6
    kebond says:

    The fall of Constaninople, (1204 & 1453) the protector of Europe and civilaization for 1100 years.

  7. 7
    Harold says:

    Battle of Lake Erie.

    It ended the British Empire. Or at least, it signaled the beginning of the end.

  8. 8
    Admiral says:

    PT 109 in the sense that it launched Kennedy's Presidency which in turn led tohis behavior during the Cuban Missle Crisis which ultimately led to the avoidance of World War III.

  9. 9
    Admiral says:

    PT 109. It lead to JFK being president and his behavior during the Cuban Missle Crisis led to the avoidance on WWIII. His behavior may have even been influenced by the PT 109 experience. Even if it wasn't I doubt anyone else would have handled the crisis like he did, and that was the only way to avoid nuclear holocaust



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