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Richard Jarczyk, Nazi Spy

Richard Jarczyk, Nazi Spy

23 April 1945 in the Florian-Geyer athletic ground in Kitzingen, a town in the German state of Bavaria, a Nazi spy, Richard Jarczyk is prepared for execution by an American soldier of the US Seventh Army. Jarczyk had confessed to sabotaging equipment and killing American soldiers.

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