This is a proposal for a project about a war carried out against civilians. The object to be made is a plastic box, actually a series of them, each one about an inch high, and hinged so you can open them like pages of a book. The pages will be about 12 inches square. Each "page" the same, village streets and homes mapped in 3-D, cut by the laser printer. Each page mapping the events of a given date. It can be hypothetical because there are no records. The book is clean and neat looking, not like the real village byways with sand and dust and dung. But this is an abstraction of the truth, as every map or art project is. Blue and red lines on the roads and streets and lanes showing the routes boys took on their bikes or on foot when the warning shouts came. "It's a roundup!" They were hanging out with friends or in front of the shops, gossiping. The blue lines are the routes taken by the boys who got home. The red ones got caught.