Started reading East West Street. Only a few pages in and I'm already sure this will be an earth shattering book. It starts off with Phillip Sands, renowned jurist being invited to Lviv in Ukraine to give a lecture on the difference between Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide. It is in this city that the definition of both was set during the Nuremberg trails. He has a personal interest because his grandfather was born and grew up in the city. And his research shows that the two lawyers, one who argued for Crimes Against Humanity (a crime against individuals), and the other for Genocide (a crime against groups) both lived in Lviv at the same time as his grandfather. Both fled during WW2, to return to argue their case in the Nuremberg trials. But nobody in Lviv law faculty where Sands was giving the lecture was aware of this fact. A book that mixes sweeping history with the personal.