For three weeks already “The Peoples’ Army”, the official paper of the Yugoslav Peoples’ Army (JNA), has carried an unusual text: the results of research into the behavior of soldiers at war In question is preliminary research “for further wider examination of the opinions of all those in all parts of the armed forces” i.e. […]

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