Episode 233-An interview with Frederic Martini about his book: Betrayed- Secrecy, Lies and Consequences

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Posted On October 30, 2018

While the official government story has always been that no Allied POWs were held in German concentration camps, 168 Allied airmen were beaten, experimented on, and otherwise mistreated in Buchenwald, where the famous rocket scientist Wernher von Braun obtained slave labor for his V-2 factory, the Mittelwerk. Here is the story of one of those airmen, Frederic Martini.

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