A Little Garand History

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A Little Garand History

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I wish for you the courage to be unpopular. Popularity is history's pocket change. Courage to tell the truth is history's true currency.
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I see he never got much monetary rewards, a few citations,. I guess his love of firearms and innovation was a reward in itself :D
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Re: A Little Garand History

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Depending on what he wanted, he sure achieved fame. Not everyone cares about financial rewards---even though they make much of life easier.
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