Editor’s note: Each week, we ask a practitioner, scholar, or observer of war to list the top five books that have influenced the way they think about war, strategy, and military history. Welcome to MWI’s War Books series! Top Five Books Victor E. Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning Frankl spent years in Nazi death camps where he spent many days creating hope in his life under the most horrific of conditions. He also found that his success was centered around the ability to create meaning out of his situation by answering the existential questions, Who am I?, Why...Read More
Author: Ken Falke
Medical advancements in the past 15 years have enhanced battlefield life-saving techniques and improved the lives of thousands of physically wounded vets. But less progress has been made in treating the invisible injuries of war. Fixing this requires a deep rethinking of how we handle treatment of PTSD.Read More
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