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"They say ‘ Buy Mohammed Ali's green tea’." I am positive that story is a myth, but it leads us to the concept of psychological campaigns that were prepared but had some minor error of lack of understanding of the local culture that made them less than valuable. We will just discuss a few of the more interesting ones.

I’m Not Sure I Want That Medal The German propagandists have always been heavy-handed.

It surely was one of the great propaganda blunders of all time.

Inside… Outside… What’s the Difference? The British also blundered while trying to counterfeit enemy Turkish banknotes during WWI.

The Lusitania was sunk by a German submarine on May 7, 1915.

She had on board at that time 1,951 passengers and crew, of whom 1,198 perished.

This German medallion infuriated Americans who had relatives on the liner.

In some ways it helped to lead the United States into World War I.

The United States military is conducting a formal investigation into American soldiers burning the dead bodies of what appear to be Iraqi insurgents. they can still be prosecuted, which could land them behind bars.

TMZ obtained 41 pictures that we're told were shot in Fallujah in 2004. Another photo shows a Marine crouched down next to a dead body and mugging for the camera. There are well over a dozen bodies in the pics and some are covered with flies and one is being eaten by a dog. Central Command -- the organization in charge of military operations in the Middle East -- also reviewed the photos to determine if they had been previously brought to their attention and determined they had not. Steve Warren, Director of Press Operations for the Dept.

Two pictures show a Marine appearing to pour gasoline or some other flammable on the remains of what officials believe are 2 insurgents. Still another pic shows a Marine rifling through the pocket of the pants on a corpse. We turned them all over to the Pentagon last week, and a Pentagon official tells us the pics have triggered a Marine Corps investigation.