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The film, shot on a mobile phone has not been independently authenticated, but Sakkar, of the 20,000-strong Independent Omar al-Farouq Brigade, seems to cut out the soldier's heart.
Over the years and well into the 20th century, many names--including Da Costa's syndrome as well as combat neurosis, shell shock, soldier's heart, neurocirculatory asthenia, and/or simply anxiety neurosis, as my father called it--have been applied to this syndrome.
I think after the Civil War they called it soldier's heart.
The morter rode the boy astride So harsh and powerful was the tide I'd rather rip that soldier's heart I wonder if he has that part
For that reason alone Soldier's Heart is a valuable book, and ideally it will reach many readers.
Marshall spoke matter-of-factly about the common understanding within the Army: "The Soldier's heart, the Soldier's spirit, the Soldier's soul are everything.

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