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"The Best Kept Secret Of World War Two!" The head Military Archivist at the National Archives created the title for the book, when he told the author, "You have discovered the best kept secret of World War Two and you are proving it by finding missing and altered documents in the Army, Air Force, and National document files." Researched for over twenty years, the author visited the homes of most of the living veterans involved and had long discussions with those whose health would not allow visits. There were numerous visits to the crash sites, local citizens interviewed and veteran reunions attended. Meeting many USAAF, Graves Registration and OSS Veterans, all of whom joined in the search for the truth. As the author met with all the surviving flyers, their families and the families of those who did not survive the crashes, all of them had questions that had to be answered. Almost, all have been answered and proven by re-researchable research. Meaning, anyone can follow the author's years of research, review all the information and come to the same conclusions. This is a true military history book, with situations that had to have happen being reconstructed, based on eyewitness testimony. Recording for the first time, the true history of what happened to the dual Congressional Medal Of Honor, B-17G, the "Lady Jeannette" and the Top-Secret B-24 involved. Included, is the mysterious full bird "Army Air Force Colonel" from General Eisenhower's Staff who was deeply involved, whose absolute identity is still to be proven. He was young, he could speak perfect French and German. He had better road maps of France, than the standard Allied maps and he knew people throughout the areas of France and England involved in this true cover-up of the crash of a "Top Secret" B-24. With over 8,000 pounds of the most Top Secret electronic equipment available at that time to interfere with (Jam) German Radars and radio systems. When it crashed in Liberated France, after being shot down by "Friendly Fire," General Eisenhower declared the crash was to go away. Within days, the B-24 that had become small pieces, along with the remains of three crewmen, in a field in France, magically returned to England. Its "Official Record" states it was damaged, repaired and turned over to the RAF twenty days after it crashed in France. At the same time, nearly all official documents concerning the crash of a B-17, 14.5 hours earlier, moved the B-17 crash site 138 miles from where it crashed to the crash site location of "Top Secret" B-24. One month later, the Bombardier, 2nd Lt. Harms, of the "Lady Jeannette," was ordered to sign two applications for the Congressional Medal Of Honor exactly as written. Lt. Harms told his Squadron and Group Commanders, he could not do so, as the "Lady Jeannette" did not crash as written. Then, a young full bird Colonel stepped forward and told him, "Lt., you will sign the documents exactly as they are written, then you will salute, turn around and march out of this office. If, you do not, I will not be responsible for what happens to you." The day before, Lt. Harms had been taken by the Group Commander to the Group Accounting Office and told, "If everything goes right in the next two days, he would become a Group Accounting Officer. If, it did not go right, he could expect to be in France the next day, as a Front Line Combat Infantry Officer." When the author first met Lt. Harms, 52 years later. He stated, "I had a pregnant wife at home, I was not stupid then and I am not stupid now, I signed the dammed applications, saluted and marched out of there and the next day, I became a Group Financial Officer." He later provided absolute proof, the "Lady Jeannette" did not crash as stated in the Congressional Medal Of Honor Citations for 1st Lt. Donald J. Gott and 2nd Lt. William E. Metzger, Jr.! Included in the book, is a proven motive for General Patton not returning to the USA,, he knew the truth and he was prepared expose it

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The Head Military Archivist at the College Park National Archives is responsible for the title for this book, when he told the author, "You have discovered the best kept secret of World War Two and you are proving it..." Researched for over twenty years, the author has told the true story of how a Colonel on General Eisenhower's staff carried out Ike's verbal order to make the crash of a "Shot Down by Friendly Fire" Top Secret B-24 disappear! The mysterious Colonel was reported by reliable eyewitnesses to have been present at every location in France and England, as Commanding Officers of the involved units broke regulations that should have led to their careers ending in a military prison. He was very young, he could speak perfect French and German, and he had better personal maps of France than the Army issued. When he told a Commander to do something, it was done, no matter how many regulations were broken. He knew exactly how to bypass Graves Registration Regulations and was directly responsible for hiding the partial remains of three men killed in the crash of the Top Secret B-24 and three complete bodies of men killed in the related crash of a B-17. Two of the three hidden dead at the B-17 crash site, were later awarded the Medal Of Honor. The author, to write a book the average reader might enjoy, has created the life of this Colonel from conception to where he would have felt free to tell exactly what he had done during World War Two and what he may have done to protect himself and the OSS personnel used by General Eisenhower to complete the cover-up of the best kept secret of World War Two. After you have read this book, you will understand there was a real motive for killing Patton. General Patton knew the truth and he was prepared to expose it in January, 1945. General Patton knew all about and understood the need for covering up the shoot down of the Top Secret B-24. He was not prepared to allow a chain of Commanders, leading all the way to the Presidential White House to besmirch the highest United States military medal, the Medal Of Honor. To him, it was a sacred Honor and he could not permit the continued use of two falsified Medal Of Honor awards to stand. General Eisenhower, the very man who was attempting to destroy Patton, was guilty of much worse than Patton had done. The accident was an accident, it happened the day before General Patton would have been beyond their control. It is very plausible, Patton would have not survived the planned pheasant hunting trip that day, which was interrupted by the accident. As an aside, he would have used a presentation shotgun to shoot pheasant, not a rifle. Then, his mysterious death occurred as plans were put in place to move him beyond their control within a couple of days. When you have completed this book, you can decide for yourself, was there a real motive for killing Patton by those who could not let the American people learn what they had done during the war?

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