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According to his mother, Thorsten’s superiors think he’s being insubordinate and have him court martialed several times. In his apartment, he forgets several times to turn off the stove.
One day he calls his mother and tells her that he can’t live alone anymore.
At home, the 39 year-old tells Ursula “I have my father’s illness! Like a lot of Chorea-Huntington patients, Hans-Werner is confined to bed and ultimately dies from the effects of a respiratory disease in his wife’s arms.
” It seems that neither of them are aware of the terminal nature of this incurable illness. t the time, their son Thorsten is 23 years old and says: “I don´t want to die like that.” He will not; he dies more slowly and painfully.
Its effects were interpreted as post-traumatic stress disorder, which he brings home from World War II.