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12 July 2010
On Admiral Horthy and modern Britain
Hungary is certainly landlocked, but there was nothing strange about Horthy's rank. Austria-Hungary had a long coastline and a pretty large navy until the state fell apart in late 1918. You would expect well-paid BBC journalist to know things like that. Not because he has done his research, but because he is a well-read man who just has that basic information in his mind.

The fact that this one didn't says a lot not only about him, but about the state of Britain today.
1 Comments:

Does this mean that the BBC will never again be showing The Sound of Music?

12 July 2010 at 19:06  

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