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By Paul Roland

A person wishing to appreciate the character of evil can do no greater than glance in the pages of this booklet: the Nazis have been a vile choice of criminals, thugs, misfits, sadists and petty bureaucrats sure jointly by means of a philosophy of hate and a love of plunder. As such, the Nuremberg Trials have been crucial legal lawsuits ever held. They tested the primary that folks will consistently be held liable for their activities below foreign legislations, and taken closure to international struggle II, permitting the reconstruction of Europe to begin.

A very important learn for a person attracted to the 20 th century! contains an eight-page plate photographic part.

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It's my impression that they would be particularly blind from below and from the sides due to the size of the wing span. 'I wish it to be considered that there is the possibility that the two aircraft claimed as destroyed could be only one, but I feel it very improbable due to the manoeuvres and positions of the two. ' Lt Cyril W Jones Jr also of 370th FS, who was flying with Murphy, recorded in his report; 'I was flying White Two when White Leader called in a jettie making a pass at the bombers we were escorting.

Front row, from left to right: T/Sgt Paul Kennedy (radio operator), T/Sgt Joe Kutskel (flight engineer), S/Sgt Howard Kaysen (tail gunner), S/Sgt Marvin Dennis (ball turret gunner). Back row, from left to right: S/Sgt Collin Lyerla (waist gunner), Captain Don Waltz (pilot), Captain Paul Davidson (navigator), 1st Lt Sam Stempler (bombardier), 1st Lt John Keysor (co-pilot) ( D o n Waltz) The crew of Outhouse Mouse: kneeling, left to right - T/Sgt James R Knaub (radio operator), S/Sgt Kenneth I Blackburn (ball turret gunner), Sgt Joe V Cullen (assistant engineer and waist gunner), S/Sgt Robert D Loomis (armourer and waist gunner), Sgt Gordon D Smith (tail gunner, replaced on 16 August mission by S/Sgt M D Barker) and T/Sgt Carl A Dickson (engineer and top turret gunner).

While climbing out of the cockpit on to the wing, and from there to the ground, he noticed that the engine was on fire. He then realised his face was bleeding and that something was wrong with his back but he managed to drag himself a few metres away from the aircraft before collapsing. The aircraft exploded a few seconds later and soldiers from the Flak tower quickly appeared on the scene. They ran round the aircraft but became resigned to the fact that they could no longer be of help until they found Olejnik lying on the grass.

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