Both spent much too little budget and thought on their air forces.
Ransome, "Wives for Virginia."
One of their common tasks in Blitzkrieg was capturing key bridges, in order to prevent the enemy from destroying them, and allow the advancing tanks to reach them and rapidly cross without delay.
He said "That's what I need, That's what I want to have".
Horses don’t multi-task well. The way their minds are wired, they can only pay attention to one thing at a time. Fortunately or unfortunately, we humans seem to multi-task most all of the time...
by Mary Sinanidis, Athens News Online Edition (Oct, 2009)
“The inferior teacher tells you that something is wrong with you and offers to fix it. The superior teacher tells you that something is right with you and helps you bring it forth.” ...
by Wes Johnson, former U.S. diplomat (May, 2009)
Humans take away freedom of choice by locking criminals in jails as punishment for their crimes. Consider the horse, always innocent and has not committed any crime but has little, if any, real freedoms or freedom of choice. The horse is made to do our bidding when and where we want it to and compelled to stay wherever we say it must...
Eques Magazine, Dec '05 (Outside Link)
Horses are like magnets for humans. People of all ages are drawn to the horse because of their beauty, grace, power, majestic stature and the mystery of their noble being. It's been that way throughout recorded history. In modern times, it has been clinically documented that just being around horses changes the brain wave patterns of humans, lowers blood pressure and reduces stress.