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Psychological trauma and the legacies of the First World War / Jason Crouthamel, Peter Leese, editors.

  • [Cham] : Palgrave Macmillan, Springer International Publishing AG Switzerland, [2017].
  • ©2017
xvi, 335 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • "This volume has its origins in scholarship presented at the conference 'Aftershock : post-traumatic cultures since the Great War' held at the University of Copenhagen in May 2013"--Page v.
  • Companion volume to: Traumatic memories of the Second World War and after.
  • Includes biographical notes on the contributors.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction / Jason Crouthamel and Peter Leese -- PART I: Battles over representations and perceptions of traumatized men. Losing face : trauma and maxillofacial injury in the First World War / Fiona Reid -- Screening silent resistance : male hysteria in First World War medical cinematography / Julia Barbara Köhne -- "Always had a pronouncedly psychopathic predisposition" : the significance of class and rank in First World War German psychiatric discourse / Gundula Gahlen -- PART II: Traumatized civilians in the wake of the Great War. Violence, trauma and memory in Ireland : the psychological impact of war and revolution on a liminal society, 1916-1923 / Justin Dolan Stover -- Gender, memory and the Great War : the politics of war victimhood in interwar Germany / Silke Fehlemann and Nils Löffelbein -- Subjectivities in the aftermath : children of disabled soldiers in Britain after the Great War / Michael Roper -- "Entrenched from life" : the impossible reintegration of traumatized French veterans of the Great War / Marie Derrien -- PART III: Traumatized medical cultures. Making sense of war neurosis in Yugoslavia / Heike Karge -- "Everything ruined, which seemed most stable in the world ..." : the German medical profession, the First World War and the road to the "Third Reich" / Livia Prüll -- Violence and starvation in First World War psychiatry : origins of the National Socialist "euthanasia" program / Philipp Rauh -- PART IV: A coda on trauma. Toward a global history of trauma / Mark S. Micale.
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Aftershock : post-traumatic cultures since the Great War.
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