What comes around, goes…
by Victor Davis Hanson
National Review Online
Even in daytime fighters do not perceive anything; indeed, nobody knows anything more than what is going on right around himself.
So the fifth-century B.C. military historian Thucydides commented on the confusion of battle on the heights above Syracuse (413 B.C.), and, indirectly, on the inability of historians such as himself to sort out the conflicting accounts provided by veterans of all battles. Read more →