Health & Science
Master of Arts (MA)
Soldiers suffer moral injuries when wartime experiences go against their own moral compass, such as killing innocent civilians or mutilating the bodies of enemies. Many soldiers bury the shame and guilt leftover from battle for years or decades, but these memories can surface unbidden as veterans near death.
Eller, John E., "Battle Echoes Never Fade: Soldiers' Trauma at the End of Life" (2015). CUNY Academic Works.