POW camps

POW camps

In a study of 640 dream journals conducted by Harvard, psychologists determined that the dreams of prisoners of war in World War 2 POW camps were less aggressive than the standard male population. Rather than visions of extreme violence, the majority of the soldiers dreamed about escape, family, loneliness, and home.

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