Over 100 Australians who served in Afghanistan have committed
suicide since returning to civilian life. Partners and family
members also suffer, in their shared lives with emotionally scarred
war veterans. Ex-service personnel and affected relatives provided
author Ian Ferguson with fascinating first-hand information for the
esearch of Wars That Never End. Their confronting recollections
surfaced in personal interviews, and sometimes in Diggers' letters
and diary entries from front line battle fields, dating back to the
Boer War. Few publications candidly tackle the contentious issue of
mental health among combat veterans, so this book is a must read
for all discerning lovers of Australian war history.
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