7 edition of The disorders of war found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Jerome J. Nadelhaft.|
|LC Classifications||E263.S7 N33 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||83242647|
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Women are more affected than men. Other vulnerable groups are children, the elderly and the by: First and second editions (, ) published under title: Medical diseases of the war.
Pref. Description: viii, pages illustrations, iv plates, diagrams 22 cm. 6th ed. of the book originally published in under title: Medical diseases of the war. Name originally: Arthur Frederick Hertz. Description: viii, pages illustrations, VIII plates on 4 leaves 22 cm: Other Titles: Medical diseases of war.
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However, the number of soldiers imprisoned reached a little over seven million for all the belligerents, of whom around 2, were held by Germany. Starting inthe German authorities put in place a system of camps, nearly three hundred in all, and did not Officers' camps: Altenau • Beeskow • Berxen.
War II. Prominent civil and military medical authorities 15 pointed out that World War I had demonstrated the necessity and feasibility of psychiatric screening in eliminating overt and covert mental disorders prior to entry in the military service.
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The often-unconscious and enduring impact of war is one of the driving forces of history. Yet these terrible costs and the lessons learned by psychiatry tend to be forgotten ().At a time when many nations are remembering the legacy of World War I, the greatest military conflagration in history, it is timely to reflect on what has been learnt about the impacts of war on mental by: 2.
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While we have attempted to make this a complete alphabetical list of mental illnesses, including those. World War II Causes: Selected full-text books and articles.
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Germany and. In the first years of the Revolutionary War, George Washington and his Continental Army faced a threat that proved deadlier than the British: a smallpox epidemic, lasting from Infrequent outbreaks and wariness of inoculation made his troops very susceptible to the disease.
The Care and Treatment of Mental Diseases and War Neuroses (“Shell Shock”) in the British Army (New York: War Work Committee of the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, ), 5.
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Based on the author s extensive experience in the field, this handbook contains a wealth of information that will be of utility to modern doctors and medical staff. Although old, much of the information contained herein is timeless, making this both a Price Range: $ - $Bowker relives and is unable to move past the events of the war.
He lives in a constant state of guilt because of his inability to prevent the death of his friend in Vietnam. The conclusion of Bowker’s story is suicide, an event that is not uncommon in cases of posttraumatic stress disorder.