WWII US Army German Occupation instructions - Never associate with Germans
To be fair but firm with Germans
To remember always that Germany, although conquered, is still a dangerous enemy nation.
Never to trust Germans, collectivelly or individually.
To defeat German efforts to poison my thoughts or influence my attitude.
To avoid acts of violence except when required by military necessity
To conduct myself at all times so as to commend the respect of the German people for myself,
for the United States, and the allied cause.
This is a WWII pamphlet that was issued to US occupying forces in germany. It contained
several interesting rules of behavior.
The title of the pamphlet read "Special orders for American german relations". Some of the
instructions provided to soldiers included the following:
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