Before he wrote such adolescent gems as Horton Hears a Who! and The Cat in the Hat, Theodore “Dr. Seuss” Geisel penned this visual warning to all American soldiers heading into Germany. The gist of the picture was that the Krauts were totally untrustworthy, and that mingling with them in any ways was forbidden. Meaning, the sexy, and open-legged, German chicks that got off on boys in U.S. uniforms were strictly off limits. Another name for the film could’ve been How the Grinch Stole R&R.