The Home Front - Patrick Lindsay

Forty-one Australian soldiers died in action over 20 years of fighting in Afghanistan; in that time more than 1400 veterans have taken their own lives. Veterans today are chronically over-represented when it comes to PTSD depression homelessness and suicide. Australians rightfully pause on Anzac Day each year to solemnly remember fallen soldiers but are we forgetting our returned veterans whose personal battles continue every single day and how did we get to this point? In this authoritative compelling and urgent bo...
Forty-one Australian soldiers died in action over 20 years of fighting in Afghanistan; in that time more than 1400 veterans have taken their own lives. Veterans today are chronically over-represented when it comes to PTSD depression homelessness and suicide. Australians rightfully pause on Anzac Day each year to solemnly remember fallen soldiers but are we forgetting our returned veterans whose personal battles continue every single day and how did we get to this point? In this authoritative compelling and urgent book bestselling author Patrick Lindsay (The Spirit of the Digger and Fromelles among many) looks at the wide-ranging damage caused by training Australians to be fighting machines and then inadequately supporting them as they re-enter their communities. Featuring moving interviews with veterans and their families as well as a broader analysis of Australian military culture and government responses Lindsay illustrates both the personal and societal costs of this dereliction of forty-one australian soldiers died in action over 20 years of fighting in afghanistan; in that time more than 1400 veterans have taken their own li...
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Short Description Forty-one Australian soldiers died in action over 20 years of fighting in Afghanistan; in that time more than 1400 veterans have taken their own lives. Veterans today are chronically over-represented when it comes to PTSD depression homelessness and suicide. Australians rightfully pause on Anzac Day each year to solemnly remember fallen soldiers but are we forgetting our returned veterans whose personal battles continue every single day and how did we get to this point? In this authoritative compelling and urgent bo...
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The Home Front - Patrick Lindsay

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