Checkmate

In the historical profile of a country at war, the civilian population and infrastructure has always been a legitimate military target for attack.  WWI and WWII are good examples of this truism.  The reason for this is because, in a typical profile for a country at war, the support for that war is derived from the people.  So if the adversary can break the will of the people, the will of the nation to wage war is also broken.

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