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It occurred to me at the time that his excitement might be the outcome of shell-shock.

You are aware he was discharged from the Army suffering from shell-shock?

In Sir Henry's opinion the shell-shock has aggravated a tendency to the disease.

You said you were aware that the accused was discharged from the Army suffering from shell-shock.

Witness attributed the pains in the head to the effect of shell-shock.

"You remind me of a man suffering from shell-shock," he said.

He had been a sufferer from shell-shock and gas, but otherwise sound of limb.

Shell-shock; and gas—that's why he's here for his chest, which is bad again.

It is not generally the slight, nervous men who suffer worst from shell-shock.

The Prime Minister said one day, "The world is suffering from shell-shock."

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