You should have a reasonable idea that I have, at least as far as page 49, and probably somewhat further. I believe a roundof applause to be in order, so go on and clap!
The idea that military imperative appeals to those who can be considered mentally disordered is novel in relation to LBH and I imagine it to be a difficult kite to fly amongst its audience.
Not to be outdone, the supposition is spilled into NA figurehead Sitting Bull, quote,'Recent studies of premonitions have often associated such precognition with mental disorders'.
The good Doctor is of course not new to the battle, or it's popularity which obviously appeals to academic delinquency of which a broad strand have exercised tolerance of its ethereal aplomb. You aren't really going very far in labelling heroes as nutjob clap victims terrified in shell shock and fear of scalping, decatitationn, and burning at the stake or on wagon wheels. Quote, 'These Swiss troopers soon faced the ordeal and potentially the mental problems of all the men involved in this advance on the village. Major Reno clearly became mentally unhinged during this attack. Aside from the possible effects of syphilis, Reno had also participated in at least twenty engagements in the Civil War, and his mental state might have already been compromised even before the battle began. The immediate cause of Reno's loss of mental equilibrium at the Little Bighorn was apparently the death of men near him. Truly a remarkable situation in the midst of opening a military strike on the huge Sioux gathering.
Dr.Winkler is not new to LBH, if I remember, he worked over the Comanche anglewith Korn, and is sat amongst principle material on file in the collecions at BYU. I could go on.......and happilly may should you care to inject some morality and power of peace.