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World War II had far too many victims.
by Gayle Greene
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,
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...
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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