The Null Device
The art of leadership:
It emerges that Douglas Haig, commander of British armed forces in WW1
soldiers shot for desertion without trial
to strengthen morale.
Mind you, this only applied to the lower-class rabble in the ranks.
There is even evidence that execution for "desertion" was used to cull
unfit soldiers, such as those of unusually short stature.
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