One bound volume containing 37 original documents and another 9 in facsimile, consisting of printed or mimeographed pamphlets, caricatures, pastiche of newspapers, and booklets. The items are written in French. The documents were created by the Germans and aimed at French soldiers and their families in the early months of World War II. The documents were intended to lower the morale of the French troops and make them question their motivation to participate in the war.
The collection consists of one small archival box (0.2 c.f.). The documents are contained in a bound volume.
1939 September - 1940 May
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