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War Department handed out to American servicemen posted in Iraq back in No matter how badly you do it, they will like it.


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With a foreword by Lieutenant Colonel John A. Introduction What Is This Iraq?

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The advice, which sounds like it could be lifted from a lesson book from the war on terror, was actually written 65 years ago during World War II. Ulin Los Angeles Times. Christopher Shea Boston Globe.

George Packer New Yorker online. The page booklet is the most succinct summation of Iraqi culture for Americans anywhere anytime.

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For more information, or to order this book, please visit https: Military History Middle Eastern Studies. Twitter Facebook Youtube Tumblr. Like the vehicles and the ammo, the guide did its part to win the war. Soldiers were proselytized on the need to liberate France and the worthiness of the French to be liberated. Neither assertion was necessarily obvious to most GIs. France in had made a separate peace with the invading Germans, and the first enemies fought by American troops across the Atlantic were French soldiers and sailors in Morocco and Algeria during the North African invasion of November That was to be forgiven, if not quite forgotten, since many Frenchmen had since thrown in their lot with the Allied cause.

If sometimes extraneous—did Private Smith really need to know that one hectoliter equals twenty-two gallons? Americans are popular in France.


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Certainly the guide had its quirks, including a penchant for stereotype. Let us remember our likenesses, not our differences.

In the event, the France discovered by the invading armies would indeed be despoiled, if not before the invasion then during and after. Some nine hundred thousand French buildings had been damaged or ruined in World War I; that number would double in World War II, including two hundred thousand buildings demolished in Normandy alone. By midnight, more than one hundred and fifty thousand Allied troops were ashore, escorted by an armada that included six battleships, twenty-three cruisers, and eighty destroyers.

Eisenhower had intended to bypass Paris but changed his mind to exploit both the propaganda value of capturing the capital and to exploit the growing insurrection by Resistance fighters. On the morning of August 24, a French tank force entered the city from the south, greeted by delirious Parisians and German diehards at their barricades. Church bells pealed, snipers sniped, and at 2 p. In the ten weeks after D-day, at least fifty thousand Germans were killed, with two hundred thousand others captured and an estimated twelve hundred tanks lost.

One by one the cities fell: Hitler ordered his occupation armies to retreat.

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The Allied drive would stall, temporarily stymied by stiffening German defenses, troublesome terrain, the obliteration of the French rail system, and shortages of fuel and ports. In December , a final, futile German counteroffensive in the Belgian Ardennes and in Alsace led to the biggest battle on the western front, known as the Bulge. But by the end of , the German thrust had spent itself; the end of the war in Europe was but five months away.

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