A shell shocked soldier in the trenches during World War One. "I don't know why, but I find this image strangely beautiful. Grievous, but beautiful. I am not sure of the photographer of this piece or the name of the soldier in the photo. I do know that it is the cover image of the book "Broken Men: Shell Shock, Treatment and Recovery in Britain, 1914-30," written by Fiona Reid. If anyone knows the photographer's name, I would appreciate it very much."~Sethaka.
This drawing shows a 1940 invigorating electrical therapy to cure mental illness and depression . It was captioned as follows: " Geriatrics: longer for more than 40 years life , "to praise the practice, which was supposed to care for mature adults, target the most affected by depression. This ad is reminiscent of the movie Requiem for a Dream denouncing this type of treatment completely terrifying time and was considered dangerous because of posterior burns and cardiac arrest caused
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