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It depicts a naked European woman and a chastity belt.The actual leaflet is white and yellow on a deep red background. It shows a very attractive woman on a bed looking at her boyfriend’s picture.

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The English-language text is: The crudest leaflets featured sex.

The most effective of these was a "striptease" series.

By rights that inspiring thought would be followed by a second verse. The caption ran: 'Fest steckt's and treu der Fremdarbeiter rein.' ('Firmly and true the foreign worker sticks it in').

Depending on the region selected for this document's distribution, we alternated the word Fremdarbeiter with der Italiener or even der Makaroni.

Sex was always on the minds of the A 27 August 1945 Excerpt from an Army pamphlet destined to US occupation forces says that Japanese women have been taught to hate you. Stay away from the women of This calendar page was offered for sale by the estate of a former member of the U. Whatever the use, it is an interesting wartime item.

They do as their men tell them, and many of them have been told to kill you. The text is: The British government also authorized the manufacture of a very few pornographic leaflets during World War 2.

Delmer’s SOE friends did not order these leaflets by the thousands because only the Fremdarbeiter version was ever printed (probably a maximum of 5000 copies) in the summer of 1942.

The Nordisk Nyhedstjenste One of these leaflets was discovered in Denmark in 1980.

The back has a short text message in a woman’s handwriting: [Author’s Note] The New Guinea campaign was fought from 24 January 1943 to 31 December 1944. It bears a December 1943 calendar and there were many propaganda leaflets prepared in the form of a calendar, but there were also many commercial calendars that bear nudes.

So, although we cannot be sure, it seems likely that this leaflet was dropped in December 1944. The producer is “ COM AIR SOPAC.” I am not sure if this was a propaganda leaflet or a morale booster designed for the “ Anglos.” But, if not for the natives, why print the message in Pidgin English?

The exact size is 15x21 cm, and only one side is printed in color." I received a copy of the leaflet from the owner.

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