Army & Navy - Malefactors Abroad

TheU.S. Army has some slick characters in its ranks. Army indoctrination has not changed them a whit.

Reports from England have repeatedly made the point that the G.I. Joes over there behave better than their fathers did in 1917-18. Yet, among so many, there must always be a few who go A.W.O.L., who impersonate officers, who engage in petty larceny ; and an even smaller minority who commit rape or murder. The total of convictions obtained against G.I. felons up to last week by the Provost Marshal's Office in England is relatively small: about 1, 800.

The Provost Marshal's white-helmeted, white-gaitered...

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