published Jan 04, 1000

I have just finished reading a book by Captain B.H. Liddell Hart. It's his History of the Second World War. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in warfare. It offers a strategic insight into all the major battles. Why were they fought? How clever or stupid was that? What errors were made in the execution? Which unexpected event made every plan useless? What brilliant moves were made? What would have been better? Here are some general remarks and examples based on that book.

Arena heeft een nieuwe CD uitgebracht: Pepper's Ghost. Ik heb er verder nog weinig over te melden, behalve dan dat hij mooi is.