MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History

SURRENDER OR ELSE

hey fell from the skies like so many paper snowflakes in World War II: propaganda leaflets designed, in one way or another, to demonize and demoralize enemy soldiers and their compatriots—or, as an official directive of the Supreme Allied Command put it, “to destroy the fighting morale of our enemy, both at home and on the front.”

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