Recovering from the War

Patience Mason, the wife of a Vietnam veteran herself, has written this book for the thousands of families trying to recover from the Vietnam War.

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Author: Patience H. C. Mason

Publisher:

ISBN: 067081587X

Category: Adjustment (Psychology)

Page: 444

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Patience Mason, the wife of a Vietnam veteran herself, has written this book for the thousands of families trying to recover from the Vietnam War.

The Trauma of War

This volume provides a scientific account of the psychological ravages of the war in Vietnam on the men and women who served there, but throughout the book reverberates the troubled voices of these veterans-and the sensitive voices of the ...

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Author: Stephen M. Sonnenberg

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 0880480483

Category: Medical

Page: 538

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The Trauma of War: Stress and Recovery of Vietnam Veterans is a unique psychiatric source book. This volume provides a scientific account of the psychological ravages of the war in Vietnam on the men and women who served there, but throughout the book reverberates the troubled voices of these veterans-and the sensitive voices of the mental health professionals who have been directly affected by their work with these veterans. The chief emphasis on The Trauma of War: Stress and Recovery of Vietnam Veterans involves careful evaluation of troubled veterans and sensitive but effective modes of treatment. The special readjustment needs of black, Hispanic, and women veterans are also addressed. Finally, application of this clinical material to the area of posttraumatic stress disorder research reflect the significant advances that have been made in the field since posttraumatic stress disorder was first recognized as a diagnostic entity. These advancements in research constitute a fitting legacy to the thousands of Vietnam veterans who have continued to suffer from the trauma of war.

Relief and Recovery in Post Civil War South Carolina

Paolo E. Coletta, Allied and American Naval Operations in the European Theater, World War I 8. James B. Whisker (ed ), An Edited Edition of ... W. Martin Hope and Jason H. Silverman, Relief and Recovery in Post-Civil War South Carolina I.

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Author: W. Martin Hope

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X004107991

Category: History

Page: 336

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A Marne Mind

A Marne Mind explains the advantage of coping skills and the relationship among physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual ruin and well-being while constantly pointing to the greatest source of healing and recovery.

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Author: Cy Mulholland

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781449737498

Category: Self-Help

Page: 408

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Many who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder do not realize what is going inside themselves. Unfortunately, those who return home from combat or who have experienced any other type of traumatic event remain in the battle, the war within. Could it be that PTSD is merely physiological symptoms related to trauma, or is it so much more than that? A Marne Mind explains the advantage of coping skills and the relationship among physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual ruin and well-being while constantly pointing to the greatest source of healing and recovery. Search for A Marne Mind: A Soldier’s War with Recovery on facebook to become a part of the Marne Mind Mission of raising awareness about PTSD and recovery. 5% of all proceeds will be donated to Operation Resilient Warrior, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping soldiers and their families. For more information about ORW visit www.operationresilientwarrior.org.

War Massacre and Recovery

War, Massacre, and Recovery in Central Italy, 1943-1948 examines this transitional period in the province of Arezzo by detailing the daily experiences of civilians through the traumas of war and the difficulties of recovery.

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Author: Victoria Belco

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ISBN: 1487547595

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Page: 0

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The Second World War wreaked unprecedented devastation throughout Europe, necessitating monumental reconstruction efforts that burdened not only governments, but the lives of ordinary citizens. War, Massacre, and Recovery in Central Italy, 1943-1948 examines this transitional period in the province of Arezzo by detailing the daily experiences of civilians through the traumas of war and the difficulties of recovery. Studying the aftermath of war in a new and insightful way, Victoria C. Belco shifts the perspective from the national to the local level. With this localized focus, she provides valuable insight into the ways in which civilians coped with an overwhelming range of problems - from adjusting to Allied occupation and widespread displacement to rampant unemployment and the restructuring of local administrations and institutions after fascism. Recreating the post-war atmosphere of disorder, need, and political upheaval, Belco shows how the competing community interests caused social fragmentations that impeded change, while the unity of a shared past prevented civil war.

Iraq After ISIS

This book explores the challenges of creating a secure and stable Iraq in the wake of the military campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS).

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Author: Jacob Eriksson

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030009557

Category: Political Science

Page: 135

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This book explores the challenges of creating a secure and stable Iraq in the wake of the military campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS). Analyzing the impact of the fight against ISIS, the collection provides answers to questions relating to both political and humanitarian considerations in Iraqi post-war recovery. In their analysis, the editors and authors develop policy recommendations for the international and Iraqi political communities. It is essential reading for those interested in politics, international relations, post-war recovery, counter-terrorism, Middle Eastern studies and Iraqi studies scholars.

American Influence on Post World War I Recovery of Germany U S Leadership Under the Treaty of Versailles Including the Dawes Plan and the Young Plan on War Reparations with American Protectionism

The Treaty of Versailles imposed conditions upon Germany that led directly to the collapse of its currency and economy.

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Author: U. S. Military

Publisher:

ISBN: 1981059431

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Page: 80

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The Treaty of Versailles imposed conditions upon Germany that led directly to the collapse of its currency and economy. The United States was directly involved in, and essential to, the economic recovery of Germany following World War I. The political and security concerns prevented Germany's neighbors from taking a lead in the recovery effort, which, along with the strong economy in the United States led to American leadership of the recovery effort. There were two major undertakings led by the United States, first the Dawes Plan which balanced the German budget and stabilized the currency, and second the Young Plan which attempted to establish a final amount of reparations that Germany was required to pay. Throughout this process, the United States maintained control over European war debt and additional loans to Germany, which gave the United States influence over the global economy. This came to an end during the Great Depression, as the United States began to extricate itself from the global economy. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION * CHAPTER 2 THE BACKGROUND * CHAPTER 3 THE DAWES PLAN * CHAPTER 4 THE YOUNG PLAN AND AMERICAN PROTECTIONISM * CHAPTER 5 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? * CHAPTER 6 CONCLUSION The purpose of this thesis is to identify the lessons that can be learned from the post-World War I efforts to stabilize the German economy, as well as how those lessons might be applied to future post-conflict stability efforts. The primary research question is: What were the economic impacts of the Dawes Plan, Young Plan, and the Smoot-Hawley Act on the post-war economic stabilization of the Weimar Republic? Secondarily, the research will address the following questions: How did these economic policies impact the success/failure of the Weimar Republic? What were the immediate impacts of the Versailles Treaty, and why were subsequent plans necessary? What did the Dawes Plan attempt to accomplish? What did the Young Plan attempt to accomplish? How did the Smoot-Hawley Act affect Germany? The answers to these questions establish a body of knowledge relevant to the current dilemma facing the United States as operations across the globe enter the post-conflict phase where economic stability becomes paramount to the future of those regions.