Combatant Courage on the Western Front
No human characteristic has a greater impact on the outcome of military endeavour than courage. Dr Edward Madigan from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, explores how frontline soldiers in the First World War conceived combatant courage on the Western Front, the role of humour and the rejection of victimhood.
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