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Vitz Archive: Allied Victims of Axis Murders


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GENEVA CONVENTION AS APPLICABLE TO 1939 - 1945 (Part 1 Article 2)
'Prisoners of war are in the power of the hostile Government, but not of the individuals or formation which captured them.
They shall at all times be humanely treated and protected, particularly against acts of violence, from insults and from public curiosity.
Measures of reprisal against them are forbidden.'


The data in this database is largely based on a list of Allied airmen murders collected by the late Willi Wachholz. He published his findings on a web site which is no longer available. Traugott Vitz found Mr Wachholz's list in the web archive when he co-authored a book on 'Hangmen At War' which included several airmen murder cases where the culprits were hanged. He then added to this list based on his own research using the 'Review and Recommendations' papers of the US war crime trials held at Dachau, and (British) National Archive files. These sources were also used to note and correct errors in Mr Wachholz's list. Researchers of airmen casualties within the borders of present-day Austria (which was incorporated into the German Reich in 1938) may perhaps appreciate the Memorial Book of all members of the American and British/Allied Air Forces killed in the air war in that area which was published by two Austrian researchers, in 2016, under the title 'Missing in Action - Failed to Return', freely downloadable in bilingual German/English.

In the course of our continuing research by Traugott Vitz and Ralph Snape it has become clear that the Archive should not restrict itself to air force personnel and accordingly we also cover cases involving other services as well as civilians.

Many cases are covered in more detail than in the Notes accompanying this database. A list of such cases may be found here. (Note that this list contains entries in the Pacific Theatre of Operations, which is outside the scope of the Vitz Archive.)
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JURISDICTION
In the main trials were held under United States, British or Canadian jurisdictions. However, two were held under Federal Republic of Germany jurisdiction. These may be found through a Search for FedRepGer.

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#Name (↑)First NamesRankService NumberCategory Code (↑)CategoryUnit/Aircraft Number (↑)Trial By (↑)Case NumberDateOfDeath (↑)Place-of-DeathName(s) of Perpetrator(s)ExecutionDate (↑)PhotosRemarksLinks
1 BastianEdward J.Sgt32731911USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 41-28638NONEno trial1944-06-26A 7444 Unterloisdorfunknown-.-Hoffmann (Fliegerlynchjustiz) says p. 193, his crew comrades saw his dead body, "obviously murdered".
2 BenningerRobert J.2LTO-685369USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces killed in Belgium 42-31499Belgiumunknown1944-04-22BE 6460 Saint-RémyKarl Berger, Marcel Jaye, Charles Lambinon, Jean Lefevre (death sentences) plus 2 more who got prison termsunknown whether executedOne of the victims of the Saint-Rémy massacre. Buried Winchester National Cemetery, section 2 site 4221B.
3 BordenLeo L.2LTO-785466USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38078NoneN/A1945-04-19CZ 25601 Benešov [SS members under the command of Brigadeführer Alfred W. Karrasch] -.-
4 BrociousHarold DwightCpl33709389USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-51967United States 5-66 1945-03-04A 8054 (Graz-)StraßgangMarcus M. C. Lienhart1946-10-26

Buried Copenhaver Crossroads Cemetery, McGregor (Armstrong County), Pennsylvania
5 BrownDonald P.T/Sgt12080949USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-41218United States 5-100 1945-03-06A forest NE of H 2889 Súr[Miklas Bakos, István Csihas]1946-10-01
6 BundyLincoln Delmer2LTO-804996USAAFOUTMember of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany43-7153BritainWO 235/560f.1944-07-07F 86480 Saint-Sauvant (vicinity)Hans Josef Kieffer, Richard Schnur, Karl Haug1947-06-26
7 BurnetteHubert R.S/Sgt15066343USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-41218United States 5-100 1945-03-06A forest NE of H 2889 Súr[Miklas Bakos, István Csihas]1946-10-01
8 CallananMichael J.Sgt31311058USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-51729United States5-1501944-08-23A 8694 Frein an der Mürz[SS 2LT, 25 years, paroled May 1955]-.- St Mary's Cemetery, Canon (Mass.)
9 CaustMorris1LTO-723579USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-52011United States5-671944-11-16A 5112 Lamprechtshausen[imprisonment]-.-
10 CothranCharles BlufordT/Sgt18040338USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-5893-.--.-1945-04-10near Stein, Austria [allegedly unknown SS troopers] -.-Official death date 1945-06-01. Repatriated and buried at Paris, TX.
11 CoxJoseph A.S/Sgt14182286USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-97739United States8-271944-12-09near CZ 382 41 KapliceFranz Xaver Strasser1945-12-10 Six Crew members killed while POW of whom Strasser shot one or two. Other perpetrators not found.
12 CraryWillard D.Sgt37345400USAAFOUTMember of US Army Air Forces41-28736NONEno trial1944-06-30H 7621 Pécsunknown-.-Crew mates believe him to have been killed by civilians. (Hoffmann, Fliegerlynchjustiz p. 195)
13 CudrakStevenSgt13155400USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-51967United States5-661945-03-04A 8054 (Graz-)StraßgangMarcus M. C. Lienhart1946-10-26

Buried Union Cemetery, Arnold (Westmoreland County), Pennsylvania
14 DoleLyle E.Sgt39188034USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38701NoneN/A1945-04-19CZ 25601 Benešov [SS members under the command of Brigadeführer Alfred W. Karrasch] -.-
15 EikeGeorge W.2LTO-748164USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces killed in Belgium 42-31499Belgiumunknown1944-04-22BE 6460 Saint-RémyKarl Berger, Marcel Jaye, Charles Lambinon, Jean Lefevre (death sentences) plus 2 more who got prison termsunknown whether executedOne of the victims of the Saint-Rémy massacre. Buried Arlington National Cemetery, section 12 site 129.
16 GalleAmerico S.2LTO-886490USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38107BritishWO 235/102A1944-11-21NL 7532 Enschede Eberhard Schöngarth, Erwin Knop, Herbert Gernoth, Wilhelm Hadler, Friedrich Beeck 1946-05-16Buried Ardennes American Cemetery, Neupré, Belgium, B. 38. 34
17 GemborskiJohn J.S/Sgt36608853USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces killed in Belgium 42-30782Belgiumunknown1944-04-22BE 6460 Saint-RémyKarl Berger, Marcel Jaye, Charles Lambinon, Jean Lefevre (death sentences) plus 2 more who got prison termsunknown whether executedOne of the victims of the Saint-Rémy massacre. Buried Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial, Margraten, plot M row 4 grave 6.
18 GrunbergManfredS/Sgt33378394USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 41-28780NONEno trial1944-05-29A 2824 Seebenstein[unknown]-.- According to seized German documents "shot because of resistance during capture". According to Hoffmann (Fliegerlynchjustiz) a German emigrant of Jewish faith; the first murder victim within Austria. No known grave; commemorated on the Tablets of the Missing at Florence American Cemetery and Memorial.
19 Hammond Jr.George Willis1LTO-412940USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 43-27537United States N/A 1945-03-24Bolzano, Italy August Schiffer, Heinz Andergassen, Albert Storz 1946-07-26 Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Newnan, Georgia, Sec 28 Row 1 Plot 47
20 HarrellLynwood C.S/Sgt13032979USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-95383United States12-13701944-07-25A 4222 GusenJohann (Hans) Saur1946-10-26
21 HartDonald L.1LTO-822620USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-97739United States8-271944-12-09near CZ 382 41 KapliceFranz Xaver Strasser1945-12-10 Six Crew members killed while POW of whom Strasser shot one or two. Other perpetrators not found.
22 HillPreston J.S/Sgt33249495USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-41218United States 5-100 1945-03-06A forest NE of H 2889 Súr[Miklas Bakos, István Csihas]1946-10-01
23 HuishBilly Hugo2LTO-750196USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed in Belgium 42-29656Belgiumunknown1944-04-22BE 6460 Saint-RémyKarl Berger, Marcel Jaye, Charles Lambinon, Jean Lefevre (death sentences) plus 2 more who got prison termsunknown whether executedOne of the victims of the Saint-Rémy Massacre. Buried Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial, Margraten, Plot O Row 2 Grave 10.
24 HydeRobert M.2LTO-719349USAAFOUTMember of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany44-13474NONEno trial1944-08-11A 2533 Klausen-Leopoldsdorfunknown, probably members of Gestapo from Vienna-.-Taken prisoner 1944-07-16.
25 JohnsonRobert A.S/Sgt11063744USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38078NoneN/A1945-04-19CZ 25601 Benešov [SS members under the command of Brigadeführer Alfred W. Karrasch] -.-
26 JohnsonZack M.Sgt33896541USAAFOUTMember of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany44-6433United States12-3481944-11-22A 5110 Oberndorf-Bichlhaiden[Actual killer not apprehended. 1 man concerned: 20 yrs at hard labor]-.-Repatriated and buried Baltimore National Cemetery, E, 0, 5567
27 Johnson Jr.Carl B.S/Sgt16106864USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38078NoneN/A1945-04-19CZ 25601 Benešov [SS members under the command of Brigadeführer Alfred W. Karrasch] -.-
28 JollyWilliam2LTO-777407USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-97739United States8-271944-12-09near CZ 382 41 KapliceFranz Xaver Strasser1945-12-10 Six Crew members killed while POW of whom Strasser shot one or two. Other perpetrators not found.
29 KingDale EugeneT/Sgt39603244USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 41-34881United States[no case no. found]1944-01-24Terni, Italy [death, commuted to Life at hard labour] -.-Buried Sicily-Rome American Cemetery, Nettuno, Italy, D. 13. 34.
30 KozekowskiFelix D.T/Sgt32916625USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-41218United States 5-100 1945-03-06A forest NE of H 2889 Súr[Miklas Bakos, István Csihas]1946-10-01
31 LakeGordon P.F/OT-134823USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38078NoneN/A1945-04-19CZ 25601 Benešov [SS members under the command of Brigadeführer Alfred W. Karrasch] -.-
32 LeBaronWarren F.1LTO-817469USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-97065British Court of EnquiryWO 219/50491944-06-24F 76860 Longueil [Names of alleged perpetrators known; no conviction] -.-Buried Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer, A. 9. 41xxxzz
33 LeshWilbur L.S/Sgt37723289USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38701NoneN/A1945-04-19CZ 25601 Benešov [SS members under the command of Brigadeführer Alfred W. Karrasch] -.-
34 LoydDaniel T.2LTO-701122USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-25981United States11-961944-06-10F 61300 St Sulpice sur RisleKarl Adam Kirchner1948-11-2642-25981 WZ-Z
35 MaliresPeterT/Sgt17151375USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38078NoneN/A1945-04-19Forest in SS Training Area near CZ 25601 Benešov [Hungarian SS] -.-
36 ManningWalter Peyton2LTO-828053USAAFOUTMember of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany42-106943NONEno trial1945-04-04A 4063 Hörsching[known but not prosecuted]-.-Victim (a Tuskegee Airman) was hanged from a telegraph pole during the third night after capture. US case no (investigation only) 5-131.
37 MayottGeorge D.2LTO-768826USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-97739United States8-271944-12-09near CZ 382 41 KapliceFranz Xaver Strasser1945-12-10 Six Crew members killed while POW of whom Strasser shot one or two. Other perpetrators not found.
38 McDonaldCharles JamesS/Sgt34701250USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-8163United States5-1441945-02-13A 7081 Schützen am Gebirge[imprisonment]-.- This man was one of two crash victims, or else one of two murder victims. The trial did not decide which.
39 McPaddenJames ThomasS/Sgt31289647USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-8163United States5-1441945-02-13A 7081 Schützen am Gebirge[imprisonment]-.- This man was one of two crash victims, or else one of two murder victims. The trial did not decide which.
40 MikelsGeorge M.2LTO-757899USAAFOUTMember of the United States Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany42-107175none-.-1944-08-25F 27910 Les Hogues[unknown SS troops]-.-
41 MitchellCharles H.Sgt15375807USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-78668United States5-831945-03-23A 8920 Hieflau[imprisonment]-.-
42 MooreWilliam (Bill) Frantz1LTO-794442USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Forces, killed in the Netherlands 42-52506NetherlandsNL2111944-12-02NL 7311 Apeldoorn[Imprisonment]-.-Culprit sentenced to 3 years, 1950-03-03 and deported to Germany 1951-05-25
43 MorrowLevi L.Sgt18215347USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-51967United States5-661945-03-04A 8054 (Graz-)StraßgangMarcus M. C. Lienhart1946-10-26
Buried Lorraine American Cemetery St Avold Plot K Row 28 Grave 33
44 NarronHardy Donnell2LTO-831770USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 43-27537United States N/A 1945-03-24Bolzano, Italy August Schiffer, Heinz Andergassen, Albert Storz 1946-07-26 Buried Florence American Cemetery and Memorial [Italy], Plot B Row 9 Grave 2.
45 NicholsCharles A.T/Sgt39082264USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces killed in Belgium 42-30782Belgiumunknown1944-04-22BE 6460 Saint-RémyKarl Berger, Marcel Jaye, Charles Lambinon, Jean Lefevre (death sentences) plus 2 more who got prison termsunknown whether executed One of the victims of the Saint-Rémy massacre. Buried Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, San Mateo county, CA.
46 NobleRichard Francis1LTO-453171USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces killed outside Germany 42-39941N/AN/A1944-08-08F 51700 Olizy[unknown]-.-Buried Ardennes Cemetery D. 4. 19. WO 309/1050 may refer to his murder.
47 Noske Jr.John1LTO-713874USAAFOUTMember of United States Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany42-51912United States5-921944-10-14A 9150 Bleiburg[Chief suspect allegedly KIA January 1945. Accused sentenced to death; sentence lowered to 12 years.]-.-Repatriated, buried Hobart Rose Cemetery, Hobart, Kiowa Co., OK
48 O'HaraFrancis N.2LTO-689814USAAFOUTMember of US Army Air Force, crime committed outside Germany42-25686NoneNone1944-07-08F 76500 Elbeuf (vicinity)[unknown SS soldier]-.-suspicious circumstances of shooting; also denial of medical help possibly contributing to death
49 OwensOrian GeorgeT/Sgt37426819USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces killed in Belgium 42-30782Belgiumunknown1944-04-22BE 6460 Saint-RémyKarl Berger, Marcel Jaye, Charles Lambinon, Jean Lefevre (death sentences) plus 2 more who got prison termsunknown whether executed One of the victims of the Saint-Rémy massacre. Buried Lisbon Cemetery, Lisbon, Linn county, Iowa.
50 ParkerCharles Clark2LTO-784340USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 43-27489United States N/A 1945-03-19Bolzano, Italy August Schiffer, Heinz Andergassen, Albert Storz 1946-07-26 Buried South End Burying Ground, Southington, Connecticut.
51 PindrochJohnSgt15329492USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces killed in Belgium 42-31499Belgiumunknown1944-04-22BE 6460 Saint-RémyKarl Berger, Marcel Jaye, Charles Lambinon, Jean Lefevre (death sentences) plus 2 more who got prison termsunknown whether executedOne of the victims of the Saint-Rémy massacre. Buried Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial, Margraten, plot E row 5 grave 3.
52 Pinto Jr.FrankT/Sgt38284136USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-97739United States8-271944-12-09near CZ 382 41 KapliceFranz Xaver Strasser1945-12-10 Six Crew members killed while POW of whom Strasser shot one or two. Other perpetrators not found.
53 Post Jr.Dean N.1LTO-807603USAAFOUT Member of the US Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 42-106632NoneNone1944-05-27F 88400 Gerardmer[Feldwebel of the German Military Police]-.-
54 Pratt Jr.Philip W.2LTO-714171USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-51729United States5-1501944-08-23A 8694 Frein an der Mürz (vicinity)[SS 2LT, 25 years, paroled May 1955]-.-Lorraine American Cemetery, St Avold, D. 14. 25
55 ReeseVincent J.Sgt33468736USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed in Belgium 42-39795Belgiumunknown1944-04-22BE 6460 Saint-RemyKarl Berger, Marcel Jaye, Charles Lambinon, Jean Lefevre (death sentences) plus 2 more who got prison termsunknown whether executedOne of the victims of the Saint-Rémy Massacre. Buried Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial, Margraten, Plot M Row 21 Grave 6.
56 ReeseLuther C.F/OT-61366USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-7013United States11-5191944-07-21F 67600 Ebersmunster [prison terms] -.-
57 RoganFrank G.S/Sgt15323643USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-52451United States 5-88 1944-07-25A 4591 Molln[imprisonment]-.-
58 RothGeorge L.1LTO-813064USAAFOUTMember of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany42-97065British Court of EnquiryWO 219/50491944-06-24F 76860 Longueil[Names of alleged perpetrators known; no conviction]-.-Buried Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer, B. 5. 32xxxzz
59 SandersJames EvansT/Sgt7086387USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-8163United States5-1441945-02-13A 7081 Schützen am Gebirge[imprisonment]-.- This man was one of two crash victims, or else one of two murder victims. The trial did not decide which.
60 ShambargerWalter Burton1LTO-700998USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-99966Netherland-.-1944-07-07NL 7811 Emmen (vicinity)[Dutch Nazi party member. Death sentence commuted on appeal to 10 yrs.]-.-Buried Ardennes American Cemetery D. 11. 28
61 Shropshire Jr.Charles T.Cpl.20234097USAAFOUTMember of United States Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany42-51912United States5-921944-10-14A 9150 Bleiburg[Chief suspect allegedly KIA January 1945. Accused sentenced to death; sentence lowered to 12 years.]-.-Buried Lorraine American Cemetery St. Avold, A. 16. 23
62 SmithLester WilliamS/Sgt36871278USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-8163United States5-1441945-02-13A 7081 Schützen am Gebirge[imprisonment]-.- This man was one of two crash victims, or else one of two murder victims. The trial did not decide which.
63 Smith Jr.Lorenzo G.2LTO-833230USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38078NoneN/A1945-04-19CZ 25601 Benešov [SS members under the command of Brigadeführer Alfred W. Karrasch] -.-
64 SpicerRobert E.Cpl.16081722USAAFOUTMember of United States Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany42-51912United States5-921944-10-14A 9150 Bleiburg[Chief suspect allegedly KIA January 1945. Accused sentenced to death; sentence lowered to 12 years.]-.-Repatriated, buried Camp Butler Nat'l Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon Co., ILL
65 StrickerRobert L.1LTO-721911USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-8163United States5-1441945-02-13A 7081 Schützen am Gebirge [actual killers not before the court] -.-

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66 TafoyaMedard R.S/Sgt39404870USAAFOUTMember of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 43-27537United States N/A 1945-03-26Bolzano, ItalyAugust Schiffer, Heinz Andergassen, Albert Storz 1946-07-26 Buried Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, California, N-2295
67 Thiel Jr.Ferdinand Charles1LTO-723504USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-8163United States5-1441945-02-14A 7081 Schützen am Gebirge[actual killer not before court, platoon leader 25 yrs.]-.-

L-R: Thiel Harris Drake Stricker
68 TrojanowskiJoseph A.2LTO-2069736USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 43-38701NoneN/A1945-04-19CZ 25601 Benešov [SS members under the command of Brigadeführer Alfred W. Karrasch] -.-
69 WalkerThomas J.T/Sgt19028549USAAFOUT Member of United States Army Air Force, killed outside Germany 42-97852United States11-5841944-08-15F 67551 Wolfisheim (vicinity) Actual killers: unknown Gestapo members from Strasbourg. Accused in this trial: Persons who handed airman over to them. -.-Identification (yet unconfirmed) according to "Losses 8th & 9th Air Forces, Stan D. Bishop & John A. Hey"
70 WarrenWoodruff J.1LTO-755803USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-97739United States8-271944-12-09near CZ 382 41 KapliceFranz Xaver Strasser1945-12-10 Six Crew members killed while POW of whom Strasser shot one or two. Other perpetrators not found.
71 WestbrookCharles R.Sgt34637170USAAFOUT Member of US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-51967Austria N/A 1945-03-04A 8054 (Graz-)Straßgang [Perpetrators known. One acquitted, one found guilty but not punished.] -.- Buried Midway Cemetery, Meadville (Franklin County), Mississippi
72 ZercherRobert W.Sgt13092429USAAFOUT Member of the US Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-39920NONEno trial known1944-10-02NL 7311 Apeldoorn [known to historians; no proof of any prosecution found] -.-


Memorial in Apeldoorn
Death date given by ABMC: 1944-10-04. Buried: Ardennes American Cemetery Plot B Row 42 Grave 16.
73 AlbrightWilliam MarionF/OT-125542USAAFOUT Member of the United States Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 42-52459None-.-1944-07-25A 4283 Bad ZellUnknown-.-
74 BradleyJames FrancisS/Sgt12177129USAAFOUT Member of the United States Army Air Forces, killed outside Germany 44-41218United States 5-100 1945-03-06A forest NE of H 2889 SúrIstván Csihas, Miklós Bakos1946-10-01 suspected to be identical with unnamed victim

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