A delightful anti-war children’s book by Umberto Eco, and brilliant artist/illustrator, Eugenio Carmi. Eugenio Carmi was born in Genoa in 1920 and trained in Turin.
“We’ve spent a pile of money
To make these bombs.
Are we going to leave them here to collect mold?
What’s a general like you for, anyway?
the general replied.
“We really must start this war.
Otherwise my career will never get anywhere.”