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I stumbled across this book.  It is an interesting read.  I had heard about it from somewhere and now I think it was in Slaughterhouse Five which I also recently read.  Apparently there is a mention of this in Slaughterhouse Five.


It is written in an unbiased manner presenting the facts and questions.  Basically it boils down to whether he was executed due to his civilian record.  Not so much whether or not he is guilty of a military offense.


I would recommend this to anyone interested in World War II history or in government, military history in general.

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