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u/reginaldaugustus · 2 pointsr/lostgeneration

>Do you understand that war is against the economic interests of all private businesses/individuals

No, it isn't. That is why war predates the state. If you don't believe me, here's a good book on the subject.

>that all war is fought over taking control of another country's tax-base?

You might want to read some military history, then.

u/CaptainAnswer · 1 pointr/TheRedLion

I don't read all that much but I've just finished Blue at the Mizzen by Patrick O'Brian which is the final full book in his Aubrey-Maturin series, which I've been tearing through over the last year. The books are an insight into both Naval and Social etiquette, politics and attitudes during the Napoleonic Wars.

Started reading Catch Me If You Can by Frank Abagnale Jnr which so far seems quite funny, and it's an interesting insight to how he did what he did, how wide open everything was to do what he did and why he did it.

Tempted to read something non-fiction when I've finished that probably War in Human Civilisation by Azar Gat