Just a while back I was asking which WWII battles people thought were legendary. It was pointed out, and rightly so, that for a battle to be truly considered legendary it needs to stand the test of TIME.
Battles we remember today may easily pass in obscurity in the future.
In 250 years time (the year 2257) or more, which WWII battles do you think will still be remembered? Will have passed into popular culture and be everyday references? Like Waterloo, Trafalger, Austerlitz, and all the other truly famous battles from the past. (which, funnily enough, I can't remember right now. But a quick jog of the 'ol memory would bring them back to mind).
I'm sorry if you feel this question is Off Topic but I feel it is relevent to ASL and ASL battles because the truly famous battles add to the mystique of the game and the playing.