Listen: Germany, Researcher, Bruce discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
"Dog the whole there. But I'll try I'll try because when you had a captain Alan Carl his b twenty four bomber Bruce was shot down over Germany during World War Two was a hot minute ago. He felt lucky not that lucky. He did hurt his foot and left a bloody trail in the snow easy to track which meant it was captured at gunpoint and spent more than a year and a POW camp, but he was alive. More than you could say for his fellow crewman. And now seventy five years later, he has another reason to feel lucky about what happened that day it came via FedEx a few days from his birthday, and it came from a city and probably going to mispronounce it's an it's a city in central Germany Eisenach. ESPN ACH. Let's go. There's a guy that lives in this area. He's a researcher and he documents like the the combat that took place during the war, and he scours crash sites found near his home. And he goes and finds remains Lavigne's over the years by people mostly pizzas left, but they tell a story, and he found a piece from the b twenty four crashed in a forest caught his attention not long ago. This guy used records in Germany, and the US he figured out which plane it was when it gone down learned the names of the ten Americans who were on board found photographs taken after shortly crashed with the help of Google in military friends in the states.."