Charting the 100-year history of Combat Stress, this beautifully presented book honours past and present veterans’ service to the nation and their hope and resilience to overcome the trauma of war.

Through written word and photographic archives, it gives a fascinating insight into how the development of mental health treatment and our fundraising campaigns over the decades helped to improve society’s attitude towards military mental health.

Historian Dr Rachel Duffett from the University of Essex authored this book to commemorate our centenary. It is published by UK reminiscence charity Age Exchange and part-funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund as part of the Combat Stress 100 project.

This coffee table style book shows off 42 pages of classic black and white history, with modern day colourful touches. It measures 20cm x 25cm x 5cm and has been created in softback style.

A History of Combat Stress