Homicides and Suicides of World War II
A Critical Analysis of 656 Homicides and 1179 Suicides
Published in: Journal of Forensic Sciences, v. 5, no. 1, Jan. 1960, p. 84-101
This study demonstrated that military homicides and suicides tended to conform to certain patterns resembling in many respects those of civilian groups.
- Copyright: Blackwell Publishing
- Availability: Non-RAND
- Pages: 18
- Document Number: EP-196001-01
- Year: 1960
- Series: External Publications
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