The Shot at Dawn Memorial is at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, UK. The 309 British Army and Commonwealth soldiers executed after court martial for desertion and cowardliness and killed during World War I. The British Government has pardon these men. It’s widely understood these Men were Suffering From Extreme Combat Fatigue and should be safe to assume extreme Post Dramatic Stress Disorder. The term Shell Shock that defined World War 1, we now know as Traumatic Brian Injury.