And, furthermore, I don’t care! I don’t care!
Whatever it was, whatever their cause was, it has been hopelessly perverted by and lost in the evil of their deeds.
I'le lay mee downe and bleed a-while,
And then I'le rise and ffight againe.”
In his volume The Grand Alliance, he eloquently describes his reaction on hearing about the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor and the entry of America into WWII on the side of Britain: