In older documents, a common activity of recruiting officers (military recruiters: soldiers of rank empowered to enlist young men for compulsory military service) that was seen with disgust and classified as criminal. In return for payment of usually very high sums, they certified the conscript as unfit for military service. In addition to such dispensation money, secret asset transfers were not uncommon. – See Avanie, Befreiungsgeld, Brandschatzgeld, Dänengeld, Frongeld, Fudelgeld, Hussengeld, Kalbgeld, Kolonatikum, Kuhgeld, Loskaufgeld, Manubien, Marschroutengeld, ObristenDarlehn, Ranzion, Satisfaktionsgeld.
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