I’m sure that #1 is "do not show them this handbook." 112 Gripes about the French was a 1945 handbook issued to enlisted personnel arriving in France after the Liberation. The US military published it because the joy of the victory against Germany, which occurred within months of the Liberation, was soon chilled by the tensions between the American military and the locals.
The military saw the locals as arrogant and “wanting to flaunt their apparent wealth” and the locals saw the military as “proud and resentful.” Fights were breaking out, fears were raised, and it didn’t look like the two groups were actually allies.
112 Gripes about the French featured a series of well-rehearsed complaints about the French, and then provided a common-sense response to each of them. It has recently been republished in the United States (ISBN 1-4191-6512-7) and even France under “Nos amis les Francais” or “Our Friends the French” (ISBN 2-7491-0128-X).