Origin of the “dogs of war”

Charlton Heston 1970

The phrase “dogs of war” refers, today, to human mercenaries; men who enjoy the macho thrill of killing and maiming with destructive weapons. They take a special pleasure in their work of inflicting the maximum damage on others. The phrase has connotations of particularly insensitive, …

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