Psychology of Prisoners of War

A. L. Cochrane
1946 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Prisoners of war have of late enjoyed and suffered much of the limelight, psychological and otherwise, but in general it is the late, rather degenerate, form of the spec:es-" the ex-Kriegie" or " liberated P.O.W."-who has kept the centre of the stage, and there are, I think, still some points about the psychopathology of imprisonment which merit discussion. A word about terminology: I have throughout used the word "Gefangenitis "-chiefly because I like it; but it must not be
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