The Stress of Combat – The Combat of Stress

Caring Strategies Towards Ex-Service Men andWomen

Major (Retd.) Roy Brook was a Welfare Officer of the Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society. His task was to visit and befriend ex-Service men and women from all three services and the Merchant Navy.

A revised and updated edition has been published in January 2010 under ISBN 978-1-84519-407-9 £14.95/$32.50; see the Academic Press section of the web

“A comprehensive, carefully researched and invaluable source of information on this important aspect of psychology and the conduct of military operations . . .” Rt Hon Paddy Ashdown MP

“Should bury, once and for all, any lingering doubts about the existence of battle stress. It brings home starkly what is perhaps not generally appreciated, that thousands of veterans, suffering varying degrees of distress as a result of service to their country, need continuing help . . . A list of useful contact addresses runs to 16 pages and there are indispensable glossaries of medical and military terminology . . .” Soldier Magazine

“Given its comprehensive nature and easy-to-read style we have no hesitation in recommending it.” Scottish Legion News

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-898595-27-4
Paperback Price: £12.95 / $24.95
Release Date: November 1998
Page Extent / Format: 328 pp. / 216 x 138 mm
Illustrated: Yes


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