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Preface -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction / Elizabeth Stewart -- First World War: 1.Shell shock and the lives of the Lost Generation / Jay Winter -- 2. 'Chewing cordite': self inflicted wounds among soldiers of the Great War / Ashley Ekins -- 3. Scarred by war: medical responses to facially disfigured soldiers of the Great War / Kerry Neale -- 4. 'The home is always here for him': disabled soldiers and family caregiving in Australia after the First World War / Marina Larsson -- Second World War: 5.Rabbit war wounds / Paul Weindling -- 6. Medical responses to the liberation of Nazi camps, April-May 1945 / Debbie Lackerstein -- Korea: 7. An Australian army doctor: Bryan Gandevia / Simon Gandevia -- Vietnam: 8.Diggers and a 'dose of the clap': the problem of sexually transmitted infections among Australian soldiers in Vietnam / David Bradford -- 9. Surgery under fire: civilian surgical teams in Vietnam / Elizabeth Stewart -- 10.The official history's Agent Orange account: the veterans' perspective / Graham Walker -- 11. Australia's Agent Orange story: a historian's perspective / Peter Edwards -- Personal stories: 12. A short walk in a minefield / Tony White -- 13. Military nursing in Afghanistan 2008 / Sharon Cooper -- 14. Living with war wounds / Graham Edwards -- Notes -- Index.

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Elizabeth Stewart is a historian in the Military History Section at the Australian War Memorial. She worked for several years as a research officer on the Official History of Australia's Involvement in Southeast Asian Conflicts 1948-75 and from 2004-8 was content leader for the Vietnam section of the Memorial's Conflicts 1945 to today galleries. She is the co-author of two books (with Gary McKay): Viet Nam Shots: A photographic account of Australians at War (2001), and With Healing Hands: the untold story of the Australian civilian surgical teams in Vietnam (2009). Ashley Ekins is Head of the Military History Section at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. A graduate of the University of Adelaide, he specialises in the history of the First World War and the Vietnam War. He is the co-author (with Ian McNeill) of two volumes of The Official History of Australian Involvement in Southeast Asian Conflicts 1948-1975 dealing with Australian army operations in the Vietnam War: On the Offensive (2003), and Fighting to the Finish (forthcoming 2011). He has published widely on the role of Australian soldiers in the First World War and contributed chapters to several books, including the volume he compiled and edited, 1918 Year of Victory: The end of the Great War and the shaping of history (Exisle 2010).

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