|Statement||by W. N. Maxwell ; with a foreword by John Laird.|
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Jul 06, · The Psychology of the Great War provides a bridge to study both crowd behavior and battlefield behavior by illustrating how ordinary people are transformed into savages by great events. This element in LeBon's thinking influenced Georges Sorel's thinking, as he had seen the same phenomenon in those who participated in general strikes and revolutions.5/5(1). Introduction: Psychological Study of The War By Hanna Martha, Louis Horowitz Irving, LeBon Gustave Pages 9 Individual liberty is drawn up against collective servitude, personal initiative against the tyranny of State Socialism, old habits of international integrity and respect for treaties against the supremacy of . When we think about contemporary war books, literary fiction is often not what comes to mind. Gulf War fiction mainly bears the names of ex-SAS soldiers in big letters over a huge explosion on the cover. The Yellow Birds is different. The debut novel of former army machine gunner Kevin Powers. Here James suggested that warfare was so prevalent because of its positive psychological effects, both on the individual and on society as whole. On a social level, war beings a sense of unity, in the face of a collective threat. It binds people together—not just the army engaged in battle.