PTSD

Joys of War From The Foreign Legion and the SAS

REVIEW: Joys of War – From the Foreign Legion, the SAS and into hell with PTSD

Book Review of Joys of War – From the French Foreign Legion, the SAS and into hell with PTSD by John-Paul Jordan, Pen and Sword Books. A striking reminder that all the warrior’s kills, destruction, battle, wars, narrows escapes from death have an end result on the body as well as the mind. This book …

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Trailer and Story behind Thousand Yard Stare (2018)

During World War II, German forces crush the Americans at the ‘Battle of Kasserine Pass’. A lone Sergeant, Roland Rothach, is separated from his platoon in the North Africa deserts. Captured by German soldiers, he’s forced to face his worst fears. Fears that haunt him long after the war ends. Back home he struggles with …

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General George Patton

Old Blood and Guts George Patton – PTSD Patton

Old Blood and Guts George Patton, the American general who was most feared by his German counterparts, was a magnet for controversy throughout his career. While his military skill and audacity were respected by his superiors, his technique for dealing with what would today be recognized as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder earned swift condemnation from …

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