DA PAM 21-36 He's Back 1945-11-14. "This booklet is intended primarily for the information of families whose soldiers are returning from the Army with battle wounds or other disabilities. Since each family in America is a personality group unto itself, no attempt has been made to tell all people all things about the disabled soldier. Some families are naturally more demonstrative than others. The reception they might tender a returning disabled soldier might differ greatly from the approach used by members of another style of family. The sole intent of this booklet is to present to the families of all disabled veterans some general truths which have been learned through medical experience. They are facts which apply to the average. The family should not read this booklet and then, on the basis of its contents, launch into a program of amateur psychology. Don't assume in the beginning that your soldier will be a problem when he returns home. Rather, assume that he won't, and in most cases you will be right. Treat him naturally. If problems do arise, you may find information in this booklet which will help you to understand them and to solve them...." Digitized by Google books. Scanned text is light, so OCR is bad.