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This is what shell shock looks like in real life

Aug 17, 2016 By Jake Brannon

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is one of the darker aspects of war that we don't often like to discuss. During World War I, the term "shell shock" was used to describe patients suffering from restless limbs and severe panic after the war. The following footage features some of the earliest documented cases in 1917.

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