War trauma

Dr Emma Butcher and Dr Hannah Partis-Jennings explore the history of war trauma, from the Napoleonic Wars to the 21st century

South Vietnam 1967: Battle weary U.S. soldiers pause for a moment's rest after some of the bloodiest fighting of the Vietnam War (Photo by Bettmann/Getty Images)

Dr Emma Butcher and Dr Hannah Partis-Jennings explore the history of war trauma, discussing how it has affected soldiers and civilians in conflicts such as the Napoleonic Wars, the two world wars, and more recent campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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