Douglas MacArthur #baseball digi-card

U.S. Army general, baseball advocate

On September 15, 1950, General Douglas MacArthur etched his name in both military and baseball history with his daring Inchon Landing. MacArthur’s amphibious attack is still taught in military classes today for several reasons, including his use of baseball as a decoy to distract billions of people globally.

Learn more about how baseball altered the Korean War in Chapter 48 of Weaponized Baseball.

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Weaponized Baseball:
Declassified, Withheld Stories Reveal Baseball’s Hidden Role in Geopolitics, International Military Action, Mental Manipulation, & Mass Distraction by Scott A. Rowan


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