Cohesion: The Human Element in Combat; Leadership and Societal Influence in the Armies of the Soviet Union, the United States, North Vietnam, and Israel

TitleCohesion: The Human Element in Combat; Leadership and Societal Influence in the Armies of the Soviet Union, the United States, North Vietnam, and Israel
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1985
AuthorsHenderson, Darryl
Number of Pages220
PublisherNational Defense University Press
City, CountryWashington, DC
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This book discusses The Significance of Military Cohesion, Measuring Military Power, Why Soldiers Fight, Characteristics of a Cohesive Army, Organizational Characteristics, Small Group and Unit Characteristics, and Leadership Characteristics. The Author Compares Cohesion in the North Vietnamese, US, Soviet, and Israeli Armies and Measures Societal Group Effects on Cohesion. Leadership in Cohesive Units is also very important.

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