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Is It Moral to Deprive Our Enemies of Life-Giving Supplies?

To win WWII, using his strategy of constantly sinking merchant ships bound for Britain, Germany’s Admiral Donitz knew he was depriving British people, including children, of life-giving supplies. Is that moral, or not moral, in war time?

Is depriving Britain of supplies, during WWII, the same as imposing economic sanctions on countries during the 21st century? Why, or why not?

Would your answer be different if Britain was not at war with Germany? Why, or why not?


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