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Rudolf Witzig (14-8-1916 en Röhlinghausen, Wanne-Eickel - 3-10-2001 en Oberschleißheim), fue Fallschirmjäger durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial y Oberst en el Bundeswehr. También fue galardonado con el Cruz de Caballero de la Cruz de Hierro con Hojas de Roble, Cruz del Caballero de la Cruz de Hierro y Oak su mayor grado Hojas fue otorgado para reconocer la valentía de batalla extrema o el liderazgo militar exitosa. Witzig es más conocido por su acción contra el belga fortaleza Fort…

THE LIBERATION OF BERGEN-BELSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP, APRIL 1945. Cheerful women inmates collect their bread ration from one of the five camp cookhouses.

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Top 10 Bizarre & Controversial Archeological Discoveries

Sayre is a borough in Bradford County, Pennsylvania, 59 miles northwest of Scranton. The exact year is not clear, but during the 1880s a large burial mound was discovered in Sayre. It was reported that a group of Americans uncovered several strange human skulls and bones. The skeletons belonged to anatomically normal men with the exception of bony projections located about two inches above the eyebrows. It appeared that the skulls had horns. The bones were characterized as giant, as they…