The Simple Sabotage Field Manual

By February 4, 2020 Worst practices

It was the end of the Second World War in 1944, when the United States Office of Strategic Services released it’s Simple Sabotage Field Manual, a guide how to sabotage the occupying forces in occupied Europe. It was distributed as a secret pamphlet that was intended as a guidebook to citizens living in Axis nations who were sympathetic to the Allies. Together they are a reminder of how easily productivity and order can be undermined. I wrote a full blog post on it’s background, contents and learnings. But scroll or download the document directly.

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