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Volume VIII, Number 2 | spring 2015

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To promote malingering and desertion among German soldiers during World War II, the British Political Warfare Executive and Special Operations Executive produced innocuously titled German-language booklets, among them Exercise Protocol for War Marines, into which they inserted information on how to feign illness and escape service. The British then circulated such propaganda using various special-ops agents and balloon drops across Europe.

If you find excrement somewhere in the village, the chief was the one who put it there.

- Congolese proverb,

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