Ezra Lb. wrote:Steve Evil wrote:Not a whole lot. Just war books mainly. There are times when I can only read history, and really dry history at that. . .
Steve E here's one for you.
http://www.amazon.com/Supreme-Commander ... thur+japan
Not dry though.
In one sentence, the book's blurb defines exactly where we've gone wrong so many times since: "who treated a defeated enemy with respect; who made informed and thoughtful decisions yet could be brash and stubborn when necessary, and who lead the Occupation with intelligence, class, and compassion."
I want this stamped on the forehead of the next person we assign such a role.