11/13/2017 (Mon) 23:39:35
That would be fascinating. Of course, we would be dealing almost exclusively with the almost killed, the maimed, and those who took a while to die from their wounds inflicted.
This would mean another layer to the experience, though. The degree of physical suffering that occurs (or could have occured) from the act/attempt of killing.
Modern data would require legwork but historical data would be easy enough to acquire. The Hibakusha, for example, have been very open about their experiences related to the Enola Gay Bombings. Vietnam vets are similarly communicative and a lot of those guys are still around.