Clifton Roat: The First World War soldier who experienced post-traumatic stress disorder after the horrors of Gallipoli

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Clifton Roat: The First World War soldier who experienced post-traumatic stress disorder after the horrors of Gallipoli
Like thousands of young men in 1914, Clifton Roat couldn’t wait to join the army and go off to war. For a 22-year-old farm boy from Norfolk, travelling to far-flung lands to fight The Hun was an adventure. And to begin with, the postcards home spoke of …

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