The brothels for Austrian and German soldiers were operated separately. From: Hirschfeld, Magnus and Gaspar, Andreas: Sittengeschichte des Ersten Weltkrieges, 1st edition, Leipzig/Vienna 1930, Vol. 1, 319
The military in the belligerent countries used different strategies to prevent the spread of venereal diseases. Not everyone was convinced of the effectiveness of moral instruction and offered regulated prostitution as an alternative.
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