Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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Donald Draxler was mad at the Japanese for the attack on Pearl Harbor [Annotator's Note: the Japanese attack on Pearl...
Clarence Derrington was given a sense of values by his time as a prisoner of war, POW. Material things are not...
When the war was over, George Linker wanted to throw his rifle down and return home quickly. Instead, he spent a year...
Virgil Clayton Moen did not suffer from post traumatic stress or any other psychological issues after returning from...
Norma Jean Ford Beard feels museums are important to show the cost and not just the glory of war. All the veterans that...
Robert Powers enjoyed World War 2 more than the Korean War. He had a reason to go in the first war and he enjoyed the...
Elisabeth Bolster went to New York to be with her in-laws at Jackson Heights [Annotator's Note: she left Fillmore, Utah...
To Jack Brukman, the most memorable incident of World War 2 was when his hearing saved him from being injured by a bomb...
Asked if he had any problems with post traumatic stress disorder, he said he had some problems with loud, sudden noises...
Eva Gross and her Hungarian relatives seldom visited prior to the Nazi entry into Hungary. Gross did spend summers with...
As a kid, Edwin Sved was interested in model airplanes and flying. He remembers how overwhelming it was to see the new...
William Patrick Bonelli felt lucky that he stayed in the service because it kept him busy. He was happy to be so busy....
Mahlen Arledge grew up as a result of World War 2. He understood what life meant. When he went into the service, he...
Calvin Blank and the hospital staff [Annotator's Note: at Mason General Hospital in Long Island, New York] had to make...
[Annotator's Note: The interviewer asks Leslie V. Freeman how it felt to be part of a liberating force.] He felt very...
The war affected Edwin Slomka's ability to do physical things because of his leg injury. He does not think he has...
James Downing has not suffered from recurring memories of the attack on Pearl Harbor. He has, however, spent years...
Vernon Grimes has lost two wives since the war, but never cried over them, despite loving them dearly. He believes his...
James Shelton Scales majored in insurance when he was in college. He signed up as an insurance agent after the war. He...
Ralph Hopkins felt indestructible during the war because he acted by impulse. He did not feel fear. Things happened so...
Donald Long feels the combat that his father saw in France during World War 1 and that experienced by his brother on...
William McCowen's most memorable experience of World War 2 was when a nearby town in Italy captured Mussolini [...
Louis Conter saw the Second World War as an unconditional victory. Today's world is different. We should try to knock...
Robert G. Frey has spoken more to the interviewer about the war than he has ever previously done. He was there and when...
Milton Moxon had no difficulties with nightmares or post traumatic stress after his service. His faith and church...
Ernest Cowell had difficulty adjusting to civilian life. There were many servicemen in UCLA [Annotator's Note:...
Robert Walker never got over the war. At times he had nightmares, and the ring of the telephone could "jangle his...
Robert Villars found that life was cheap as a result of his time in World War Two. He particularly saw that in India...
Sara "Sally" Manning's life would have been completely different had she not volunteered for the Navy. It gave her the...
Robert G. Aldous' attitude was to either fight in the war or lose the war [Annotator's Note: when asked by the...
Charles T. Edwards' most memorable experience of World War 2 was when he sank a Japanese submarine. Since attending a...
Prior to the Hillersleben [Annotator's Note: Hillersleben, Ger,any] event [Annotator's Note: see clip titled Death...
Milton L. McMullen, Sr. thinks the aftereffects of the bombings around Tokyo [Annotator's Note: Tokyo, Japan] was the...
Leon Grunte says it is hard to tell how the war affected him. He let it go, dismissed it. He thinks of the funny things...
Edgar Harrell suffers from posttraumatic stress from his experience on the USS Indianapolis (CA-35), but as a Christian...
Chester L. Talley does not believe that World War 2 changed him in any way. He did not suffer from nightmares. He...

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