World War II, General George C. Marshall once said, saw the development of two new weapons: the airplane and the motion picture. Marshall was the U.S. Army chief of staff during the global conflict. In both the world war and as Secretary of State in the cold one that followed, he knew the big screen affected millions; making movies, just like the warplanes that put bombs on targets, was crucial to the national cause. If Marshall were here to witness Ukraine's battle against Russian invaders in 2022, he might well add its approach to cyber war to his list.
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