BEYOND DUTY: The Reasons Some Soldiers Commit Atrocities
Zapotoczny identifies the factors that led to some of the most horrific cruelty in history through examining the collective behavior of six military groups, and aims to predict the actions of future groups given similar circumstances. 16 pages of photos.
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