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This book, the product of British psychiatrists, most of whom had military experience during the last World War, is very timely and should prove to be of real value to medical men who are now interested in problems of military medicine. The authors show clearly why Selective Service authorities are anxious to keep out of the U. S. Army men who are psychoneurotic, psychopathic or emotionally unstable. Such men in active service do much to disrupt morale, and after service account for a large proportion of the expense of pensions.
The first chapter constitutes an excellent survey of the literature
The Neuroses in War.. Ann Intern Med. 1941;14:2318–2319. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-14-12-2318_3
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