Only back then it was called “shell shock” or “battle fatigue.”
Many of the refugees were suffering from what the humans referred to as 'shell shock'.
In the past it's been called everything from shell shock to battle fatigue.
He was then seized with shell shock and became uncontrollable.
"He's suffering from shell shock or something," Connie said.
MacElroy was wounded slightly and suffered a severe case of shell shock a few days later.
Now he has heard about shell shock as a result of a similar experience.
We now began to get a few wounded; one man with ashen face came charging to the rear with shell shock.
He had been mad—he remembered the doctor saying so—In France—shell shock.
shell shock often produces dementia of varying degrees—some lasting, some fleeting.
shell shock n.
See war neurosis.