17 October 1994 “… If we begin with a definition of struggle or war, we inevitably come across a paradox: humanity in war, especially for the side waging a defensive war, is contrary to logic. Namely, inhumanity in war is not a goal unto itself, but an instrument with which to break the morale of […]

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