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'They Called it Shell Shock: Combat Stress in the First World War' by Stefanie Linden

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Helion, £25.00 (£22.00 direct from publishers) Hardback, 269pp, heavily illustrated, bibliog, indices. ISBN: 978–191–109–635–1 Dr Stefanie Linden Review by David Filsell I own a number of works on shell shock written between 1918 and 1945 by members of the medical profession, as well as more recent overviews of the topic, yet, as far as I am a…


'Shell Shock Phycological Trauma' with speaker Stefanie Linden

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Stefanie Linden will be giving a presentation on shell shock.  A review of Stefanie Linden's book which first appeared in the WFA magazine Stand To! is available > HERE. Stefanie Linden was interviewed by Tom Thorpe for the WFA Podcast series 'Mentioned in Dispatches' Episode 34. Listen to Stefanie Linden talking about here book > HERE.  R…


Shell Shock – The Crisis

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By Taylor Downing Little Brown, 2016, £25.00, 399pp, 18 ills, 4 appendices, bibliog., 2 maps. ISBN: 9–781–408–706–619 Review by David Filsell Once, when asked what really interests the House of Commons, a MP is reputed to have said, ‘Buggery and badgers’. A wild simplification, yet, if one was to ask a similar question of a member of the genera…


078: January 2007

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Fear and Courage in Trench Warfare

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Dr Peter Hodgkinson returns to the Durham branch to discuss the psychological effects of trench warfare.   All are welcome. 


Shell Shocked Britain The First World War’s Legacy for Britain’s Mental Health

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  Suzie Grogan Pen and Sword History £19.99 First published 2014 168pp 8pp photographs   Suzie Grogan’s interest in ‘shell shock’ was inspired by a tragic incident in 1922 involving one of her ancestors, Alfred Hardiman. The event was hushed up by the family, and only re-awakened when Suzie discovered the story in The Times archive in 2005.…