In a world where multi-culturalism or race discussions are common, we would all want to understand these subjects better. Each and everyone of us identifies itself as a character in the multi-cultural story. And how can one understand something that has happened throughout the entire course of human history unless it looks behind in time. And the book is precisely about that. It’s a walk-trough races mixing, nations mixing and languages mixing. It tries to cover all aspects of the problem and avoids to offer resolutions and to let the reader reach his own conclusion.
The way it is written defines the precisely the character of the author: technical but with the power of expressing ideas in a story-like manner; providing personal opinion combined with opinions of others to let the reader see more points of view on the same matter; expressing general ideas but with relevant particular examples to support them.
This book defines today's Army terms and acronyms clearly and concisely for the military or civilian user. The forty pages of appendices include enlisted and officer classification systems; precedence for awards, decorations, and medals; the Code of Conduct; sample memorandums and letters; physical fitness standards and scoring methods; and eleven other tables and charts for easy reference.