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Title: The Sexual Behavior Of American Gis During The Early Years Of The Occupation Of Germany

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This fear soon passed and German women and U.S. soldiers were heavily engaged in sexual activity with the each other. The military tried to regulate this by making anti-fraternization rules, but many loopholes were found. Eventually, these laws were all but dropped, but a new challenge was affecting the men---venereal disease...

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V.D. was a growing threat among all sects of the GIs. Some of the numbers were staggering, many units were filled with V.D. The military saw this threat and along with American Red Cross took measures to ensure V.D. rates would be lowered. The Red Cross handed out V.D. packets to protect the men and penicillin shots were regularly administered to American soldiers...

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