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Beyond War: Part 1[Program 62, 63]
Beyond War: Part 1

Part One (segments 62 and 63) asks what the brutality of modern warfare really means for soldiers and civilians. We talk with patients in a veterans hospital, hear about the psychological effects of military training, consider the high rate of civilian casualties in modern war, and visit an arms exhibition to learn the medical consequences of today's weapons.



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