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.