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Accusing one of their fellow inmates of treason ("Vaterlandsverrater"), a Nazi kangaroo court located in the POW camp in Tonkawa, Oklahoma murdered him. The U.S. Army administrators who run the camp dutifully received the body as if justice had been served, and buried it in the camp graveyard. This article explains how all this came about.

It should also be remembered that just two weeks earlier Captain Felix Tropschuh was also "tried" and murdered by the Nazi inmates at Camp Concordia, Kansas.

Another article on the same topic can be read here...

Click here to read about American POWs during the Vietnam War.

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The Murder of Grefreiter Kunz (Newsweek Magazine, 1945)

The Murder of Grefreiter Kunz (Newsweek Magazine, 1945)

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