Wars and their preparation have an undeniably catastrophic effect on the countries affected. However, more than the countries, these leave an even more profound impact on people, whether they are directly involved or are simply innocent bystanders during the event. For instance, in a book by Frank Dutch, one war veteran, Josh O’Donnell, experiences difficulties and feels as if someone is always watching his every move as he’s on the run from the Union army on Can’t Hobble the Elephant. This continuous sense of anxiety can be attributed to his post-war stress.

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