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APPENDIX III

References

A few of the more important references are listed in order to assist the reader in understanding the complex problems of Combat Psychiatry. Many of these articles were written after this symposium, and they do not constitute a bibliography in the ordinary sense of the word.

Bartemeier, L. H.; Kubie, L. S.; Menninger, K. A.; Romano, J.; and Whitehorn, J. C.; Combat Exhaustion, J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., 104; 358, Oct.; 489, Nov. 1946.

Cooke, E. D.: All But Me and Thee, Ed. 1, Washington: Infantry Journal Press, 1946.

Ginzberg, E.: Logistics of the Neuropsychiatric Problem of the Army, Am. J. Psychiat., 102: 728-731, May 1946.

Glass, A. J.: Effectiveness of Forward Neuropsychiatric Treatment, Bull. U. S. Army M. Dept., 7: 1034-1041, Dec. 1947.

Grinker, R.R. and Spiegel, J. P.: War Neuroses in North Africa: The Tunisian Campaign, Jan.- May 1943. New York; Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, 1943.

Ludwig, A. O., Maj., MC, USA and Ranson, S. W., Maj., MC, USA: A Statistical Follow-up of Effectiveness of Treatment of Combat-Induced Psychiatric Casualties: Returns to Full Combat Duty, Mil. Surgeon, 100: 51-62, Jan. 1947.

Ludwig, A. O., Maj., MC, USA and Ranson, S. W., Maj., MC, USA: A Statistical Follow-up of the Effectiveness of Treatment of Combat-Induced Psychiatric Casualties: Evacuations to the Base, Mil. Surgeon, 100: 169-175, Feb. 1947.

Marshall, S. L. A.: Men Against Fire. New York, William Morrow & Co., Inc., 1947.

Menninger, W. C.: Psychiatry in a Troubled World. New York, Macmillan Co., 1948.

Neuropsychiatry, Vol. X. The Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1929.

Pyle, E.: Brave Men. New York; Henry Holt & Co., 1944.

Pyle, E.: Here Is Your War. New York; Henry Holt & Co., 1943.

Spiegal, H. X.: Preventive Psychiatry with Combat Troops, Am. J. Psychiat., 101: 310-315, Nov. 1944.

Spiegel, H. X.: Psychiatric Observations in the Tunisian Campaign, Am. J. of Orthopsychiat., 14: 381-385, July 1944.