Books: Briton on Courage

THE ANATOMY OF COURAGE'—Lord Moran—Constable, London (8/6).

"In this book," writes Winston Churchill's personal physician, "I set out to find how courage is born and how it is sustained in a modern army of free people."

Grey, patrician Charles Wilson, Baron Moran, President of the Royal College of Physicians, is well qualified for this inquiry. Winner of the Military Cross as a medical officer of the Royal Fusiliers in World War I, he notes that "the Prime Minister . . . has taken me where I might learn from those who are doing the fighting" in World War II. The Anatomy of Courage,...

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