Vietnam War Cult-Classic "that made PTSD real"
is re-released with a new “AfterWords” by the author, Charles Coleman, Ph.D.

Thirty years after its debut in 1980, Charles Coleman’s ground-breaking and insightful novel depicting the early signs, symptoms, origins and first attempts at treatment for Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has just been re-released by PTSD PRESS.  
 
First published by Harper & Row as a gripping drama of the psychological trials and tribulations of a talented Army medic serving in a besieged surgical field hospital at the height of the Vietnam War, Sergeant Back Again is being hailed by scholars, medical doctors, historians and film critics as the first and most penetrating study of combat-related psychological trauma ever written in presaging today’s diagnosis of PTSD.

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It is only the dead who have seen the end of war.
Plato
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