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Soldier’s Morale as a Chance for Winning the Military Conflict

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This papers presents the analysis for the phenomenon of soldier’s morale. Construction of papers provides the opinion of the representatives of the strongest arms force in the world - the United States of America. The vision of American analysts, scientific researchers and military theoreticians is presented in this papers. There are also provided practical examples. The purpose of this analysis is instructing that the morale phenomenon, as a component of soldier’s preparation to the conditions of contemporary battlefield, plays important role in military effectiveness of army and in future victories at time of war.
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358-363
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  • Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Siedlce, Poland
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