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« on: May 23, 2020, 01:33:58 am »


On a back road in Louisiana, Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker are ambushed by a group of Texas and Louisiana lawmen led by former Texas Ranger Frank Hamer, while driving to the home of one of their accomplices families. the two are driving a stolen car. they die in a hail of bullets.

Bonnie and Clyde are the discount Dillingers of the day, but because Parker is a woman [and an rudimentary poet],they are portrayed as blue collar Robin hoods. During a two plus year rampage, the duo, with a variety of associates, including Clyde's brother Buck and sister-in-law Blanche, commit a series of robberies and homicides, killing at least nine peace officers, and several civilians [Dillinger is believed to have killed one man, a police officer]. Contrary to the myth, and the 1967 movie [Hamer's daughter sued the studio for its portrayal of him], Bonny and Clyde were neither anti-heroes, nor charming. They were psychopathic thugs, who got what they deserved.


On this date, following his arrest at a road block manned by former Soviet prisoners, Geheimefeldpolitzei Sergeant Heinrich Hitzinger is turned over to a British HQ for interrogation [The Secret Field Police, as part of the RSHA was an organization whose members were to be summarily taken into custody].

With a short time, Hitzinger, while being questioned, reveals himself to be Heinrich Himmler, Reichsfuehrer SS, head of the German Police, Minister of the Interior, Head of the Replacement Army, and the most wanted Nazi War Criminal still at large.

Himmler had been wandering around northern Germany since Hitler had stripped him of all his positions after the BBC broadcast that Himmler had been trying to negotiate a separate peace with the Western Allies, following Himmler's exit from Berlin after Hitler's last birthday.

Himmler's initial efforts to make a place for himself at Doenitz's headquarters [Doenitz was Hitler's successor], had come to nothing, and assuming the Hitzinger disguise, Himmler had hit the road with several aides, blending in with refugee columns until his apprehension.

Once his identity was eastablished, the British had a military Doctor began to examine and search Himmler. It was at that point that Himmler bit down on a cyanider capsule in his mouth, swallowing the poison. Despite British efforts, Himmler died.

Himmler was buried in an unmarked grave on the Luneburg Heath by a British NCO. The grave has never been discovered.


Israeli agents kidnap former SS Obersturmbannfuehrer [LTC] Karl Adolf Eichmann in Argentina, and take him to Israel for trial.

Eichmann, former head of Gestapo Section 4B4 had overseen the implementation of the "Final Solution" [he was the recording secretary at the Wansee Conference], and had personally directed the shipment of almost a half million Jews from Hungary to Auschwitz in the summer of 1944. He had fled, via the "Rat Line", first to Italy and then to Argentina after the war. After a public trial, he will be hanged, cremated, and have his ashes dumped in the Mediterranean by the Israelis

You can get more with a smile, a handshake and a gun than you can with a smile and a handshake - Al Capone
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