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The once-proud Wehrmacht became an army of war prisoners. The survivors became part of a generation which was for the most part sceptical of militant ideologies and distrustful of generals and of traditional authority. "8 There was no more room for "stab-in-the-back" legends of the kind created after World War I. Given German's all-prevailing misery, the kinds of grievance that had inspired Free Corps volunteers after World War I seemed petty and insubstantial in 1945. Hitler's grisly end, and the ignominious conduct of his surviving paladins left no room for the German equivalent of a Napoleonic legend.
The US Army in 1939, numbering 507,150 men, including regulars, National Guard, and reserves, was inferior to a host of minor powers such as Switzerland. Many of the original cadres were lost in the first disastrous campaigns against the Japanese. "14 There was a striking inequality of sacrifice within the US armed forces enhanced by a huge administrative superstructure needed to maintain the GI's relatively high living standards. As Robert Leckie points out in his fine history, rotation was not introduced until late in the war; hence the same men were again and again thrown into battle.