In any war, there may be two main parties at battle, but the victims are far greater in number. There are the naïve soldiers, the injured soldiers, the families of military, injured civilians, those who must report on death and destruction on a daily basis, those that must worry about the well-being of a loved one on a daily basis, those who are crippled with guilt when a bad decision affects thousands. And sometimes one person might inhabit several of those roles. The victimization goes far beyond that of... More >>>