Madness and the Military: Australia's Experience of the Great War

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Australian Military History Publications, 2006 - Australia - 180 pages
This book is a scholarly analysis of Australian soldiers who suffered psychologically in World War I. Explores the relationships between the Australian military, the medical establishment, the public, and those who returned home with neuroses.

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