"Neither the UK and the US Troops . . ." - you must have meant to say, "nor?"
I've no solutions for Iraq by the way. Why should I offer any when I think the whole thing was a mistake in the first place?
How many anti-US/UK War protests have you attended?
As far as who went off topic first, it appears you not only want to rewrite the history of WWII, you also want to rewrite the history of this thread. Check your post 13.
Congratulations on spotting the deliberate mistake. Just testing you there...
>How many anti-US/UK War protests have you attended?<
None. Like I said, I'm not really that interested.
I'm not rewriting history (it's the US that's been more guilty of doing that ever since the ALLIED victory in WW2). What I wrote was a fairly common view in the UK both during and long after the war; a different and equally valid viewpoint. We could argue about this till the cows come home, but I've said my piece and won't post again here. 'Bye!