The vivid and emotional story of one soldier’s heroic struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder.
1944: Norm Bussel finds himself bailing out of a burning B-17 bomber only months after his twentieth birthday. Touching down in a field outside Berlin, Norm was immediately seized by local farmhands, who were in the process of lynching him when a passing German soldier put a stop to the execution. For the next year, Norm would struggle to survive at the hands of the Nazis as a prisoner of war.
The rage and emotional turmoil he suffered during that year of suffering would follow him home, denying him the peace and stability he longed for. This is one soldier’s searing and honest story of his battle with post-traumatic stress disorder.
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About the Author
On April 29, 1944, Norman Bussel was shot down over Berlin and held prisoner at Stalag Luft. A year later, he was liberated by General Patton’s tank corps, but would spend the next several decades battling the crippling effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Bussel lives in upstate New York.