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9781898595267

Stress of Combat

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  • ISBN13:

    9781898595267

  • ISBN10:

    1898595267

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1998-09-19
  • Publisher: Sussex Academic Pr

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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements
Introductionp. 1
'Shot at Dawn'p. 4
The Early Activities of Ex-Service Charitable Organisationsp. 15
The Second World War: Casualties of Dunkirk, North Africa and Italyp. 28
The Second World War: Casualties of the Far East and of Europep. 53
Demobilisation, Resettlement and the Military Hospitalsp. 92
Other Conflicts: Korea, Cyprus, Malaya, Adenp. 106
Help is Available - but is it enough?p. 127
More Recent Conflicts: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Civilian Tragediesp. 161
Treatment of the Mentally Disabledp. 195
A Wide Range of Casesp. 213
What Can and Cannot be Done for the Mentally Disabled Ex-Servicemanp. 257
The Lighter Side of the Workp. 278
Selected Bibliographyp. 286
Military and other Terms and Abbreviationsp. 288
Medical Terms and Abbreviationsp. 291
Useful Addresses - Where to go for Helpp. 295
Indexp. 312
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