7 Tag Results for shellshock

Hope in Hell

The things that kept the common fighting man from cracking in the trenches were sometimes very small.

Fields of remembrance

The Great War is never far away in a region where thousands of Canadians sacrificed and are buried. Photo essay by Phil Koch.

Abenezer "Aby" Evans

"He would hide under the bed nearly every time he heard a noise. He would think he was back on the battlefield."

Angus Sutherland

"In the presence of shellfire I could make no progress but would fall to the ground screaming like a baby, and start shaking like a leaf."

Henry Devereaux Corlis White

He left the war physically unscathed but was mentally traumatized.

James Monger

Monger did what he was told and placed the top secret message into his mouth and crawled across battlefield determined to survive his mission.

Agar Stewart Allan Masteron Adamson

He had a natural gift for command, and an innate respect for his men.