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Simple Sabotage Field Manual

The Simple Sabotage Field Manual was a clandestine document created by the US Office of Strategic Services during World War II. It outlined techniques for ordinary citizens to disrupt enemy operations with subtle acts of sabotage, such as inefficiency, procrastination, and resistance to authority. The manual aimed to empower individuals in occupied territories to subtly undermine enemy efforts without risking immediate detection.

Simple Sabotage Field Manual

  • 978-1-964434-00-1

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