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My cloak-and-dagger friends in the Special Operations Executive (SOE) were constantly clamoring for printed pornography.
It was dropped over Chinese troops during their invasion of The message of the leaflet tells Chinese soldiers that European women are slovenly, of loose morals and unchaste, and because of this a soldier husband during a long war fastened a chastity belt to his wife.
The message is apparently intended to instill a feeling of homesickness and yearning and cause him to cease fighting by deserting or surrendering.
My SOE friends ordered these leaflets by the thousand.
But ironically not because they found them to be subversive of German morale, but because they found them excellent for the morale of their men distributing them!
We should point out that the chastity belt is mechanically correct and similar models appear on postcards from a French museum.
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').
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?It depicts a naked European woman and a chastity belt.The actual leaflet is white and yellow on a deep red background.But I still took the same view of printing pornography as I had in France in 1939.Looking back, I do not think my unit produced more than three items of printed pornography during the whole of the war, not because I was squeamish, but simply because I did not think the effort involved on our part would be justified by the subversive effect on the Germans. Its theme was the Kaiser Germany's patriotic song `The Watch on the Rhine.' A very gloomy picture of a snow-covered grave somewhere on the Russian front, headed the first verse of the Watch on the Rhine: 'Lieb Vaterland magst ruhig sein' (`Dear Fatherland you may rest assured'). Instead, the picture of the soldier's grave and its reassuring caption was followed by a second page overleaf showing in color a picture of a naked girl, painted in the photographic style favored by Adolf Hitler in such beloved pictures as 'Leda and the Swan,' about to seat herself on the upright penis of some dark haired and dark skinned non-German.In an article published in the Times Literacy Supplement of January 21, 1972, Sefton Delmer talked about his "black" pornographic leaflets.