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"I was constantly surprised at how easily I was able to assume a new identity in this country— and no questions asked. Only 10 days after my escape from prisoner-of-war camp, I walked into a Social Security Administration office in Chicago and applied for a Social Security number."

"Once I obtained my Social Security number, I could go to work anywhere in the United States. Such absolute freedom of activity is permitted in few other nations. In Germany, a citizen must register with the government whenever he changes his address. Supervision is even stricter in Russia. If I had escaped from a Russian prisoner-of-war camp, I'm sure I would have been recaptured within a few days"

Read about the escaped German POWs who the FBI never found...

     


The German Who Escaped (Collier's Magazine, 1953)

The German Who Escaped (Collier's Magazine, 1953)

The German Who Escaped (Collier's Magazine, 1953)

The German Who Escaped (Collier's Magazine, 1953)

The German Who Escaped (Collier's Magazine, 1953)

The German Who Escaped (Collier's Magazine, 1953)

The German Who Escaped (Collier's Magazine, 1953)

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