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World War II had far too many victims.

Missing Persons

Missing Persons

by Gayle Greene

Murders obscured by the whirlwind of World War II

Here you will find unknown, tragic and unsolved murders committed in the United States during World War II. Sources: “Missing Persons” G. Greene, “Daily Southern Magazine” 09-04-1945,

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The Lost Chapter Of Bel Air's History

Around April 1940, the murder of two six-year-old twins under unclear circumstances occurred in Bel Air.

Due to the war at the time, the local court was closed and replaced by a much less effective Military

Commission, which failed to track down the perpetrators. After this tragedy, a...

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Roadside Store Mystery

At the end of World War II as the Allies were taking over Berlin, a twelve-year-old boy went missing in Edna Hill in the southern United States. He was the son of the owner of a roadside store frequented by passing motorists. According to the shopkeeper and local residents, the boy was abducted b...

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