Law, Soldiers, and Combat
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1978 - 204 páginas
In this well-researched work Karsten discusses the laws or norms of war from ancient times to the present and analyzes a substantial number of violations of those laws, including the My Lai massacre....His book is recommended to the reader who suspects that humanity is more than an anthropological term.
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