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Within the moldy, dank confines an abandoned brewery located within the walls of Metz, a troupe of exhausted GIs stumbled upon a German general who was earnestly hoping to avoid capture.

"He turned out to be Major General Anton Dunckern, police president of Metz and Gestapo commander for Alsace-Lorraine. He's the first big Gestapo man we've taken; he ranks close to Himmler and is one of the prize catches of the war."

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 The Surrender of a Gestapo General (Yank Magazine, 1945)

 The Surrender of a Gestapo General (Yank Magazine, 1945)

 The Surrender of a Gestapo General (Yank Magazine, 1945)

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