- The long echo of WW2 trauma - BBC News
- Exploring the “hidden legacy” of World War II internment camps
It focuses especially on the stigma attached not only to the women but also the children born of such liaisons. This is essential reading for anyone interested in the wider impact of the Second World War and occupation on European societies.
The long echo of WW2 trauma - BBC News
Exploring the “hidden legacy” of World War II internment camps
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This nonfiction work fills in the missing pieces of the commonly accepted societal view of World War II veterans as stoic and unwavering, a true but incomplete portrait of that generation of warrior. I knew only one WW II vet willing to talk of his combat experiences. This should be an interesting read.
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Post traumatic stress was as real then as now, with no name attached to it or understanding of it for so long. We had a neighbor who was part of D-Day plus 3 or 4 days. Bless him.
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