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Oberleutnant Alois Brunner, last commander of FliK 36 with the 1917 Model Field Pilot Badge

Soldier stationed in France during world war II.

*Late 1930's - German, Austrian and Czechoslovakian children of Jewish descent were permitted to leave their countries and families on the Kindertransport; a train bound for Britain. These children ranged in age from infant to 17. Many never saw their parents again."

Lt. Col Jacqueline Cochran (May 11, 1906 - August 9, 1980) was a pioneer in the field of American aviation, considered to be one of the most gifted racing pilots of her generation. She was an important contributor to the formation of the wartime Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC) and Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASP). For her war efforts, she received the Distinguished Service Medal and the Distinguished Flying Cross.

The Frank family: Otto, Anne, Edith and Margot.

Dachau High-Altitude Experiments A prisoner in a compression chamber loses consciousness (and later dies) during an experiment to determine altitudes at which aircraft crews could survive without oxygen. For the benefit of the Luftwaffe, conditions simulating those found at 15,000 meters in altitude were created in an effort to determine if German pilots might survive at that height. Dachau, Germany, 1942. (NARA Photo)

Two Canadian Sherman tanks in liberated Den Haag, May 1945. *Note the extra track added for additional armor protection.

Public execution of Herta Kašparová, a brutal Gestapo agent, by short drop hanging. The doctor tests her pulse. Czechoslovakia, 13.9.1946.

French Resistance member Georges Blind smiling in front of a German execution squad. October 1944. It was a mock execution intended to make him talk. Georges never did. He was forwarded to a concentration camp, where he was selected for termination on arrival, dying some time in late November 1944.

Eugene Jacques Bullard (1919) The first African-American combat pilot, was one of 200 Americans who flew for France in World War I.