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"Safe Conduct", American Propaganda, c1940s.

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Passierschein Der deutsche Soldat, des diesen Passierchein vorziegt, benuzt ihn als Zeichen seines ehrlichen Willens, sich zu ergeben. Er ist zu entwaffnen. Er muss gut behandelt werden. Er hat Anspruch auf Verpflegung und, wenn nötig, ärztliche Behandlung. Er wird so bald wie möglich aus der Gefahrenzone entfernt. Dwight D Eisenhower Oberbefehlshaber der alliierten Expeditions-Armeen Englische Übersetzung nachstehend. Sie dient als Anweisung an die alliierten Vorposten Safe Conduct The German soldier who carries this safe conduct is using it as a sign of his genuine wish to give himself up. He is to be disarmed, to be well looked after, to receive food and medical attention as required, and to be removed from the danger zone as soon as possible. Dwight D Eisenhower Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Force