Experience in the re-education of disabled soldiers in Great Britain.

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(Douglas Crawford), Publication date ?] TopicsPages: In the British army where men presenting these conditions arc discharged, it has been found that re-education is not taken up by 74 per cent. Indeed, all efforts have been made by the Aural Commission in Great Britain through propaganda, t h r o u g h entertainments, through the offer of meals, etc., to entice these men back to accept by: 2.

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From Shell Shock to Shellac: The Great War, Blindness, and Britain’s Talking Book Library Abstract Britain’s Talking Book Service began as a way of providing reading material to soldiers blinded during the First World War.

This account traces the talking book’s development from the initial experiments after the War to its debut and. McMurtrie, Douglas C. (Douglas Crawford), Experience in the re-education of disabled soldiers in Great Britain / ([S.l.: s.n., ?]) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) McMurtrie, Douglas C.

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McMurtrie. Disabled Veterans in History explores the long-neglected history of those who have sustained lasting injuries or chronic illnesses while serving in uniform. The contributors to Experience in the re-education of disabled soldiers in Great Britain. book volume cover an impressive range of countries in Europe and North America as well as a wide sweep of chronology from the Ancient World to the present.

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Ranging from soldiers reading newspapers at the front to authors' responses to the war, this book sheds new light on the reading habits and preferences of men and women, combatants and civilians, during the First World War. This is the first study of the conflict from the perspective of readers.

In Britain, the response of the more than 2 million disabled British War veterans after WWI was to either suffer in silence (a majority), or the minority who fought for rights not charity.

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Great War, these benefits had a limited reach in Britain’s disabled population. The expansion of Britain’s expanding material and social resources for the physically disabled privileged those whose restoration and rehabilitation were deemed mutually beneficial to society and the state.

Harry Rogers, “Pennsylvania Pensioners of the Revolution,” The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 42, No. 4 (), According to one contemporary account, “An unhappy accident happened on Monday last, at a review of some of the military companies of this city; as they were exercising, a man in the rear rank happened to have a gun which, unknown to him, was Author: Thomas Verenna.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: McMurtrie, Douglas C. (Douglas Crawford), Experience in the re-education of disabled soldiers in Great Britain. "The First World War was a unique experience for the United Kingdom: the only time Britain fielded a mass army that opposed the main enemy in the primary theatre of war.

One consequence of this 'continental commitment' was that Britain suffered many more casualties in than in the Second World War, a factor that has coloured post Pages: The massive military force ultimately required to win a two-front war fought on land, sea, and in the air simply did not exist in with the U.S.

armed forces. This lecture explores both the development of that fighting force and the day-to-day life within it, analyzing the military as both. Soldiers of Greater Britain, along with my earlier Armies of the World () and Regiments of All Nations () provides a thorough and authoritative record of Britains traditional lead lines.

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Army Medical Services, author. Publication: Washington: Government Printing Office, Subject(s): Military Medicine World War I United Kingdom 5. Physical and occupational re-education of the maimed. Author of Experiences in groups and other papers, Elements of psycho-analysis, Attention and interpretation, Learning from experience, The long week-end,A memoir of the future, Second thoughts, Transformations.

The First World War lasted over four years, from August through November The Allied powers of Great Britain and its dominions and colonies, France and its colonies, Russia, Japan, Italy, the United States, and numerous smaller powers fought against the Central powers of Germany and its colonies, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria.

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Filed under: Great. On the outbreak of the First World War inBritain sent many soldiers to fight in France and Belgium, known as the ‘Western Front’. Men came from all classes of society. Some were already in the army when war started and many others volunteered to fight as soon as war broke out.

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By the end of the First World War, almost one million British soldiers, sailors and airmen had been killed. However, nearly another two million had been permanently disabled - o had lost legs or arms.

All these people needed medical treatment, ongoing care and. Soldiers from 1st Battalion the Irish Guards conducting a live firing exercise deep in the Belize Jungle (MOD Image Library) Set up a military press agency, to provide intelligence and stories to the free press on a global basis.

The media and Defence have mutual interests; Information is the new battle space and is right at the heart of. In Providing for the Casualties of War, Dr. Bernard Rostker sets my task against the backdrop of history. Histories of military medicine usually concentrate on battlefield care and transportation, occasionally on recovery in hospital systems, and rarely on rehabilitation.Soldiers of Greater Britain examines the early years of Britains Ltd.

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