September 1944

Why Warriors Fight

Volume 28, Issue 9

Why Warriors Fight The impulse to kill, and the willing-ness to be killed, arise in men for many reasons. Most important of these are training and leadership, supported by a conviction that the battle is worthwhile. By Charles Edmundson

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