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When the Marines were unable to advance farther into Fallujah, an Army psychological operations team attached to the Marine battalion played messages from a loudspeaker mounted on a Humvee along with selections from Jimi Hendrix. When the firing stopped, they played sound effects of babies crying, men screaming, a symphony of cats and barking dogs and piercing screeches.

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Perhaps one of the most amazing uses of music as a psychological weapon occurred when the Viet Cong played , the French “song of the Partisans” that was a symbol of their resistance against the Germans in WWII. The piece was written and put to melody in London in 1943 after Anna Marly heard a Russian song that provided her with inspiration. It was broadcast by the BBC and adopted by the Maquis. The French soldiers knew the song and understood that it was a song of freedom from German occupation. On the night before the final attack at Dien Bien Phu where the French were forced to surrender and face the reality of the loss of their Vietnam colony, the Viet Minh radio played the Song of the Partisans, reminding them that now they were the occupiers about to be killed and defeated. Some of the lyrics of this song are:


Questions on Books studied in YA and Children's …

Study Questions for Books Previously Taught in Young Adult Literature and in Children's Literature