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First transmitted in 1990, this is a film about the psychology of warfare and killing - what it takes to kill. It includes interviews with soldiers who have killed in the Falklands and other wars. Two ex-Paras and an ex-Gunner, now a mercenary, describe their experiences of combat and, with input from a specialist psychologist, reflect on consequences for society of training men to kill for us.
Guidance: Contains some strong language and some upsetting scenes.
Channel: BBC (Archive)
First Air Date: 6 May 1990
Duration: 39 mins
Collection: Army: A Very British Institution (27 programmes)
A collection of BBC programmes about the British Army, featuring classic documentaries and historic events dating back to the 1950s.