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Read what the U.S. Army psychologists had to say about fear in combat.




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Feeling that their new recruits were lacking in a sufficient amounts of anti-Teutonic zeal, the brass-hats in charge of the U.S. Army training gulag at Fort Knox, Kentucky decided to employ roving bands of faux-Nazis (pulled from the ranks of German-Americans) to frustrate and bedevil the men in training. The hard-charging editors of YANK went out on a limb to belittle the scheme.

     


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Weird Combat Training at Fort Knox (Yank Magazine, 1943)

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