Think about PTSD for WW2 veter­ans

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IN view of the cur­rent spate of peo­ple suf­fer­ing Post­Trau­matic Stress Dis­or­der will some thought now please be given to all those ser­vice­men who served in World War 2 and their fam­i­lies who spent up to six anx­ious years wor­ry­ing about them.

We may also in­clude all those civil­ians – in­clud­ing chil­dren – who suf­fered many years of en­emy bomb­ing los­ing fam­ily and friends or limbs.

In fact we can in­clude any­one aged over three in 1945 or over 76 now who lived in the UK at the time. BRIAN TAY­LOR,

North Shields

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