This book is not a writing of history, although it covers historic events. It is rather a revealing personal account on a life-experience under racial and ideological radicalism. It is for readers who have the desire to look beyond the common views of what has been purported to be the 20th Century. This book is also a critical personal review of the events of the 21st Century, and is a subjective projection of what the future might hold for us and for the new generations.
Among the subjects are the highly sensitive racial, religious and ideological confrontations which dominated the European history from the pre- to the post-World War II times, and which are still the principal issues of world politics.