War Office: Directorate of Army Psychiatry: Reports
|Title:||War Office: Directorate of Army Psychiatry: Reports|
Duplicated and printed reports of the Directorate of Army Psychiatry on the psychological effects of war upon troops, and on the psychological basis of enemy morale.
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
War Office, Directorate of Army Psychiatry, 1943-1964
|Physical description:||6 file(s)|
|Administrative / biographical background:||
The Directorate of Army Psychiatry was part of the Adjutant General's Department and was responsible for technical advice on psychiatric aspects of morale, discipline, training and equipment; selection, training and allocation of Army psychiatrists; technical supervision of clinical policy and research at Army psychiatric hospitals and clinics; psychiatric aspects of rehabilitation and invaliding; and liaison on psychiatric matters with the Ministry of Labour and National Service, Ministry of Pensions and the Ministry of Health.