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How were soldiers and civilians affected by the First World War?

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2009-10-22 22:36:17
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They were affected mentally, emotionaly, and economically. Mentally because now when most veterns look back they have bad memories. Emotionaly because many of the familys lost a loved one in the war. Economically because the cost of the war supplying the weapons and other supplys needed.

Mental what it was called

Civil War-Soldiers Heart

1st World War-Shell Shock

2nd World War-Battle Fatigue

Current-Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome

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