Mental Trauma and the Korean War (Studies in Canadian Military History)
"Invisible Scars" delves into the history of psychological trauma during the Korean War, specifically the Commonwealth Division's psychiatric care systems. While the division successfully treated soldiers to return to duty, it failed to adequately support those returning to civilian life. Author Meghan Fitzpatrick also addresses current disability and compensation issues surrounding psychological trauma. A fascinating exploration of an often-ignored topic, this book sheds light on the lasting effects of war on soldiers' mental health.