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Towards the end of WWII Theodore Roosevelt was having a meeting on how he could end the war Director of the Office of Strategic Services William Donovan was summing up the war in 3 sentences First each and every day the war continued in Europe 27000 men women children would die Second a group of German officers were ready to assume leadership of the Third Reich if an opportunity would arise and would instantly surrender Finally it had been confirmed that General Eisenhowers report that the SS is preparing a national redoubt in the Bavarian Alp where Hitler may be able to carry on for 2 or more years Hitler had recently pledged that he will fight until five minutes past midnightThis is at a time when Roosevelt was failing in health and he was afraid Hitler would outlive him Hitler was now a mad man that ranted and raved thought everyone was out to get him even his most devoted followers spit ran from the corner of his mouth he stayed underground all the time and he now had no use of his lest arm It was at this time a plan was formed and approved to send someone to assassinate HitlerThe man that was to accomplish this was Captain Jack Cray He was an apple orchard owners son from Wennatchee Washington He was a short stocky young man that could blend in with any background and could perform anything that was asked of him He had no reason to fear death as he wanted to die On his second wedding anniversary he had drunk too much gone off the road killing his wife and losing his will to live To him dying would be a blessing and he would be free of the quilt He now was in a POW camp of Coditz Castle Saxony GermanyThe POWs were in the British wing There was only one american that was known only as
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