Reading Postwar, A History of Europe Since 1945, by Tony Judt. He's only read about thirty or forty pages and so far the book has talked about how after WWI boundries of countries moved, but after WWII actual people were moved from country to country. He told me several other things he's learned, but I can't remember them all--maybe I need a tape recorder. He picked the book up in preparation for a vacation he's taking in Europe and because he's familiar with the author.