The Anatomy of Courage

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Avery Publishing Group, 1987 - History - 202 pages
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Good book; a fast read, only 202 pages. Lord Moran does make convincing arguments. However, most his conclusions are based on his personal observations in the two German wars as he calls them. There ... Read full review

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The classic text on what we now call 'Combat Stress', the writing style may seem antiquated in places but the ideas are expressed with a seriousness, humility, and a depth of understanding.
Consequently though this book is built on century-old experiences it remains both relevant and insightful.
 

Contents

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1
Thoughts that jester in the mind
12
Cowardice
16
Copyright

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Moran is Professor of English, emeritus, at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

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