Why the Battle of Okinawa Caused Severe Combat Fatigue

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As the deadly Battle in Okinawa rages on, a growing number of U.S. troops begin to go down with what the military calls 'non-battle injuries' and what troops termed the 'Thousand Yard Stare.'

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