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Wartorn 1861-2010 DVD

SKU ID #464431
$19.98
Executive produced by James Gandolfini (HBO's Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq) and produced by award-winning filmmakers Jon Alpert, Ellen Goosenberg Kent and Matt O’Neill, this 75-minute HBO Documentary Films presentation explores combat stress and posttraumatic stress on military personnel and their families throughout recorded American military history.

Beginning with the first documented cases from the Civil War, the film examines occurrences of PTSD through two World Wars and Vietnam, as well as more recent cases involving soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The stories are told through soldiers’ revealing letters and journals; photographs and combat footage; first-person interviews with veterans of WWII, the Vietnam War, Operation Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom; and interviews with family members of soldiers with PTSD.
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  • Format: DVD [MOD]
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Run Time: 67 Minutes
  • Region: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
  • Studio: HBO Archives
  • DVD Release Date: August 20, 2013
  • Audio:
    ENGLISH: Stereo 2.0
    SPANISH: Stereo 2.0
  • Genre: War

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Comprehensive view of combat stress

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    • Adult Viewers
    • Informing Veterans
    • Special Needs
    • Training Mental Health

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    This is a powerful presentation on the mental health impact of war from the American Civil War to the Afghanistan conflict . It is useful for training Mental or Behavioral Health professionals as well as stimulating an understanding of PTSD among the veterans of various conflicts.

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