Sunday, April 24, 2005

"A History of Warfare," John Keegan

"Most soldiers are satisfied merely by the company of others, by a shared contempt for a softer world, by the liberation from narrow materiality brought by the camp and the line of march, by the rough comforts of the bivouac, by competiton in endurance ..."


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