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|Safe Conduct Pass / Passierschein|
|World War II||German|
|P.W.D./S.H.A.E.F.||1944||2||13.5 cm x 21.5 cm|
|Printer/s||Date of First Print-run|
|Georges Lang||07 Nov 1944|
|Total Number of Leaflets Printed||Total Number of Leaflets Pulped|
|First Dissemination by Aircraft||Last Dissemination by Aircraft||Total No. Dropped by Aircraft|
|Not Disseminated||Not Disseminated|
|First Dissemination by Artillery||Last Dissemination by Artillery||Total No. Dropped by Artillery|
3,000,000 sent to 12 Army Group.
Standardised SHAEF Safe Conduct, embodying the various suggestions for improvements made by the forward teams, as well as findings from extensive prisoner interrogation. The value of safe conducts is proven by experience both in the West and in the Mediterranean. It does not only give something concrete, some psychological assurance to the would-be deserter but its possession by soldiers who have no intention of giving up lessens, presumably, their resistance to capture. ZG.76 is a variant of the standard safe conduct, which makes it specifically applicable to German troops confronting the First French Army.