"Ernie Pyle remarked that he could never be a general and make decisions that spent the lives of men. General Bradley fell silent for a moment. 'You don't sleep so well over it,' he confessed. 'And it's probably harder on these younger officers than it is on me. After all, I've been conditioning my mind for more than 25 years to be able to send men to possible death, and not go crazy.'"
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