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A dramatic documentary about combat neurosis and the treatment of those suffering from it.
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Very interesting for those of us in mental health and especially to me since I work a lot with PTSD. The techniques utilized have limited relevance todayPublished 14 days ago by L T WHITMORE
Excellent presentation of psychiatric problems of WWII veterans and psychiatric care of the time. This movie was suppressed by the government at the insistence of the military... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard V. Cripe
A very moving look at PTSD (before the term was commonly used) experienced returning WWII veterans, and the 1940s-era therapies used to return them successfully to civilian life. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good historic review of PTSD. I thought I saw a chaplain in the mix of providers. We have much to offer.Published 21 months ago by Nancy E. Ditsch
Absolutely riveting visual account of dealing with what we now know as PTSD in WWII combat veterans. Very well done in a newsreel type of format.Published on August 2, 2013 by parker
John Huston's Let There Be Light is dated as so many people say, but it remains a fascinating look at how the armed forces tried to rehabilitate emotionally troubled soldiers after... Read morePublished on April 18, 2013 by Matthew G. Sherwin