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A shell-shocked British soldier captured by the Germans during WW1, Shell shock was a common cause of crippling injury, usually without any physical trauma. Shell-shocked troops suffered from the effect of blast on the central nervous system experiencing severe disorientation, deafness, emetic syndrome, trembling, and often inability to stand.

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The Forgotten Female Shell-Shock Victims of World War I

Women and PTSD in WWI: The Forgotten Women with Shell shock. Same story, different century.

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thateventuality: “ Scan - Olivia and George Harrison, Tasmania, 1982, from George’s camera. Scanned from Living in the Material World. ““He was shell-shocked from the whole Beatle experience. Literally shell-shocked. He hated loud noises. And imagine...

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HUF Shell Shock Bucket Hat Olive Shell Shock

Huf Shell Shock Bucket Hat Olive Shell Shock at Flatspot