"For the most pitiable victims of war". Retracing the history of an association dedicated to nervously disabled veterans of the Great WarMarie Derrien
For some years now, research about the psychological effects of the First World War has multiplied. In France, interest in this subject is more recent than in the other countries involved in the war but fresh works have started filling this historiographic void. Nevertheless, we still know very little about what became of mentally ill soldiers once they were discharged or after the armistice was signed. In an attempt to give some answers to this...
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