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Pencil-necked geek Frederick Kaltenbach was born in Dubuque, Iowa, in 1895. A former school teacher, he left the U.S. to earn a Ph.D in Germany but somehow ended up translating German texts into English for the Nazi aviation magazine, ADLER. By-and-by this eventually lead to his own radio program, just like all translation jobs always do.

"Occasionally he provided a laugh, like the time he reported two-thirds of the U.S. fleet had been destroyed at Pearl Harbor, another third at the Macassar Straights and still a FOURTH third in the Coral Sea."

When Berlin fell he was taken captive by the Red Army. Kaltenbach was executed in Soviet custody.

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Fred Kaltenbach of Iowa (Coronet Magazine, 1943)

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