Wartime morality

‘Wartime morality'—stemming from fear that death may come at any time—disrupts pre-war social norms and lowers inhibitions.

Civilians and troops, alike, may find themselves compelled—by loneliness, frustration, or economic privation—to pursue encounters, or engage in behaviours, that may not have occurred in peacetime.

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Reviewed 01 December 2021