[shwawrts-kawpf, -kopf, shwahrts-]
- Elisabeth,1915–2006, German soprano, born in Poland.
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Despite all this, Schwarzkopf somehow managed to stay above the fray.
In 1996, Schwarzkopf said that there was “no chemical exposure [to Gulf War veterans] at all that I know of.”
Schwarzkopf told The New York Times that he had “absolutely no idea why there are missing parts from [the log].”
Schwarzkopf did at least suggest in 1997 that there was a possibility that Gulf War veterans were exposed to chemical agents.
Powell and Schwarzkopf thus contented themselves with two Iraqi generals, and Bush did not insist on anything more.The Sins of the First Gulf War
January 22, 2011
- Elisabeth (eˈliːzabɛt). 1915–2006, Austro-British operatic soprano, born in Germany
- (ˈʃwɔːtsˌkɒpf) Norman, nicknamed Stormin' Norman . 1934–2012, US general. As head of Central Command, the US military district covering the Middle East, he became the victorious commander-in-chief of the US-led forces in the Gulf War (1991)
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