Simon Elliott, regional secretary for the PCS union, said: "The staff are shell-shocked
and I think it will take some time for the news to sink in.
I think this image that's portrayed in film, in television shows and in post-war novels has been of an underage soldier and a shell-shocked
soldier," says Iacobelli.
And, in producing the shell-shocked
soldier "as a historical and a literary figure," this shift raised "the problem of the effects of war on the mind" (1).
depicts a shell-shocked
survivor trying to escape from memories of
The bankers on his new team were shell-shocked
from the recently imploded markets and the layoffs that followed.
Freud's own views of shell shock are of historical import not only because of his contemporaneity with the events at issue in the book, but also because, as Kaes addresses, Freud actually served as an expert witness in a legal case involving a shell-shocked
former soldier who sued his doctor for malpractice.
The book makes a persuasive argument that shell-shocked
soldiers found themselves in a particularly difficult position after 1918; even severely wounded veterans were privileged in comparison.
IF only a shell-shocked
Northern Rock saver who queued on the High Street to withdraw pounds 10,000 from the stricken bank on September 14 2007, had steeled themselves to buy gold with the cash, muses Adrian Ash at BullionVault.
He has been left shell-shocked
by this attack and to be handed such a low amount is beyond belief.
It reveals that the site's historical importance extends far beyond Worcestershire, outlining the period during which shell-shocked
American World War II soldiers were treated at the hospital.
During the first two years of the war, shell-shocked
soldiers were evacuated from the front for medical treatment in England.
Jones, who immediately lambasted his shell-shocked
squad after they let a four-goal lead slip to draw at Peterborough, slammed several players for ignoring his half-time instructions.