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Linda Giere. Beschreibung anzeigen. View this post on Instagram. Alina Merkau wurde am And indeed the cemetery attendant produced a record which said that the body of an unknown airman had been admitted hours, 16 September , and had been buried the next day at 9 a.
According to the casualty report of the German air base headquarters which went with the register entry, the plane had crashed on 16 September , hours, on meadowland at Elten.
The investigators arranged for an exhumation and post-mortem in order to try and find out whether this body could be identified as Maloney, and which injuries could be ascertained.
On 23 July , grave no. Pathologist Major James Balfour, Royal Canadian Medical Corps, established three things which proved to be crucial:.
The injury was consistent with strikes from a blunt instrument used with great force. Such injuries would have caused almost instant death.
Identification was rather easy. During the inspection of the crash site a fortnight earlier, together with witnesses Bosmann and Franken, Canadian War Crimes Investigator Wady Lehmann had found a dental plate for an upper jaw lying in the grass.
Franken remembered that he had seen that plate lying beside the airman's corpse in September The dental records of the Air Force confirmed this state of Maloney's teeth.
The hard thing was to establish what had happened and who had been involved with which degree of guilt.
A British Military Court, sitting January, at the Bahnhofshotel railway hotel at Elten, tried to do just that. Four accused were before the court: Renoth and Pelgrim, the police officers, and Friedrich Wilhelm Grabowski and Paul Hermann Nieke, two customs officials.
The latter two were the men seen in SA uniform — they had just returned from the funeral of an SA comrade, hence they were not in their customs uniform.
Renoth said the fifth man seen by Bosmann in the car was a captain of the Wehrmacht, and that there was actually a sixth man in the car, another captain — however neither could be found.
From Renoth's point of view, this was very unfortunate because he relied on their evidence for his defense. To have proof that he had only followed orders, Renoth even had got himself a confirmation in writing, signed by the captain.
This confirmation, Renoth said, he had passed on to his superior in the Gendarmerie. The confirmation was not produced in the trial, and Renoth could only vaguely remember the name of the captain — was it Kuehne, perhaps?
In his pre-trial statement, Renoth had said that while the beating was going on, only the six persons already mentioned were at the scene, and he himself was talking to the captains — which left only Grabowski, Nieke, and Pelgrim to do the beating.
Now in his trial evidence Renoth mentioned two more soldiers, one armed with a truncheon, and tried hard to distance his co-defendants from the actual beating.
Pelgrim, who according to Bosmann had himself wielded a rifle to beat the pilot, now said that the two mysterious unknown soldiers had twisted the rifle from the hands of the pilot!
Grabowski and Nieke told the same story. Thus, according to the defence, the beating had been done by strangers, and the lethal shot had been fired upon order.
There was a lot of contradiction between the trial evidence of the four accused, and between their trial evidence and their pre-trial statements.
Especially the two soldiers not mentioned previously seemed to have taken the role of the Big Unknown on whom the blame should be put.
The Prosecutor made short work of that. Two unknown strangers? There was the evidence of the two farmers, Bosmann and Franken, which proved the beating was done by Pelgrim, Grabowski and Nieke.
Renoth's plea of Not Guilty did not hold water for several reasons: Even assuming there was in fact an order by the army captain, it was evidently illegal and therefore obeying it was a crime just the same.
And even assuming that Maloney was in the process of dying anyway from his heavy skull injuries: If Renoth's shot shortened his life, even if only by a matter of seconds, this was murder in English criminal law.
Renoth was sentenced to death by hanging, and Pelgrim, Grabowski and Nieke to 15, 10 and 10 years respectively. During the review process, all sentences were upheld although the staff of the Deputy Judge Advocate General DJAG were not unanimous in their evaluation.
One member said that Renoth's sentence and the sentences of the others did not fairly reflect their relative guilt, and that on the whole he should have felt happier if Pelgrim, too, had been sentenced to death.
They did not feel, however, that this should now result in a recommendation of leniency towards Renoth. The Court had been, after all, in a better position than any reviewing authority to gauge mitigating circumstances.
In the end, the sentences were confirmed and put into effect. Renoth was hanged on 8 March at At lbs. He belonged to the series of executions in which Dr.
Buckland monitored the heartbeat. Renoth's heart still beat at a rate of per minute ten minutes after the drop but seems to have stopped soon after since there is no further entry.
Pelgrim was released in He did not return to police duty but worked as an electrician and died of a heart attack in He always protested his innocence, maintaining that he had been too far away to do anything and had not even touched the pilot.
He always maintained that he was subject to an injustice. Died in He returned to his duties as customs official and died in Pilot Officer Maloney was born on 25 July, , in Clifton Queensland, Australia as the 8th child 2nd boy of a schoolteacher.
He enlisted from Brisbane on 08 November, , service no. AUS He was first buried in Nordfriedhof Düsseldorf c grave , and later reburied on 19 October, , at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery 7.
The target was Worms. At They had not yet reached their target when night fighters attacked them. The pilot tried to evade them by a corkscrew manoeuvre but couldn't because of another Halifax in their path.
That was the moment when one night fighter came up from underneath and hit them in the bomb bay. Most of the crew managed to bale out, landed in open fields, were captured and made prisoners of war.
The pilot, Widdowson, had also tried to bale out but was found with his parachute entangled in one of the engines of the plane which had crashed in a vineyard.
Frau Gassner helped him to free himself, cared for his cuts and bruises, gave him two large glasses of wine spritzer and some cigarettes. Then Adolf Wolfert appeared.
He was the local Nazi party leader, and with him was Georg Hartleb, battalion commander of the Volkssturm territorial army, home guard.
They took Sibley away to the local police station. Later they took him away, allegedly to a collecting point at Grünstadt. Just after passing the disused station building of the local railway, the men turned suddenly, and disappeared behind the building.
A few moments later, the boys heard shots. Others heard them, too. Three shots. This is what Wolfert himself said in a trial statement:.
We took the airman behind the railway station. He did not say anything and we did not speak to him. Hartleb took him with his left hand, turned him around and held his revolver close to his face.
I then took my revolver and shot the airman from a distance of about two meters, once in the head and once in the chest. The airman fell down, and Hartleb fired one more shot after he had fallen down.
The next morning, Frau Gassner saw the bodies of two airmen on a handcart, and recognized one as Sibley. The other was Widdowson, presumably, who had been removed from the crash site.
In the afternoon of the 22nd, Widdowson and Sibley were buried in a mass grave together with six airmen from another bomber crash near Dirmstein.
On 6 August , 18 year old Erwin Folz together with a number of other men was given the task of unearthing the bodies. An American commission of inquiry had come to look into the matter.
Erwin Folz remembered in that Sibley's body was lying on top, without coffin, and that even he could clearly see an entry or exit wound when the American medical officer handled the skull.
From 13th to 17th May, a British Military Court sat at Bad Lippspringe — curiously without a Judge Advocate or Legal Member — to try the case.
Sibley, Royal Air Force, a British prisoner of war. Wolfert claimed superior orders: The Nazi county leader, his superior, had ordered he said that crashed or parachuted enemy airmen should not be taken prisoners.
Hartleb denied to know of such an order but admitted to have known Wolfert's intention to kill. The death sentences were confirmed by higher authority on 22 July while the prison sentence was not.
On 11 October , Albert Pierrepoint, assisted by RSM O'Neill and Alexander Hurry, hanged twelve men at Hameln, among them Wolfert and Hartleb.
Wolfert, at Rohde see the case of Sgt Habgood and the SOE women, below , while Hartleb's turn came 28 minutes later, together with one Friedrich Fischer who had murdered an Allied airman at Bochum.
In , Cyril W. Sibley was reburied on Rheinberg War Cemetery within the city limits of Kamp-Lintfort, Germany in grave He was born on 10 October in Merthyr Tydvil Wales , son of Cyril V.
Sibley and Rhoda B. In he had married Florence Rogers. Some in Dirmstein tried to forget. Others didn't.
In and , regional writers wrote about the murder. In , there was a radio broadcast of which the typoscript is still available on the internet.
When in the chronicle of the village was printed, the names of the murderers were however shortened to initials.
In March , Dirmstein honoured the memory of nine Jewish fellow citizens, who had been deported and murdered, by setting Stolpersteine stumbling stones in front of the house where most of them had lived.
A Stolperstein is a cobblestone-size concrete cube bearing a brass plate inscribed with the name and life dates of victims of Nazi extermination or persecution.
The stolperstein art project was initiated by the German artist Gunter Demnig in , and is still ongoing. As of 31 January , over 56, Stolpersteine have been laid in 20 European countries, making the Stolperstein project the world's largest decentralized memorial.
Next to these nine Stolpersteine, a tenth was set for Cyril W. Sibley, making him the only murdered airman so far to receive this kind of memorial on German soil.
The spot where he had been murdered could not be used because it had been covered with a new road. He had been an athletic instructor before the War.
By he was a first lieutenant in the paratroopers. During September he was operating a Hitler Youth Camp near Harbach in Rhineland-Palatine.
His co-defendant was Karl Georg Böss given as Boess in the trial records , a 42 year old butcher and inn keeper at Grünberg, Oberhessen. Böss was a member of the Grünberg Fire Brigade.
He thus wore a uniform and was permitted to carry a pistol. He too was married and had a daughter. Liberator bomber BH Nr.
Bruland, was shot down on 27 September, near the village of Hattenrod in Germany. Among the crew were Staff Sergeants Ferdinand E. Flach army serial no.
Huffman army serial no. Flach was the nose gunner and Huffman the right mid-ships gunner. Both men were able to parachute out and both were captured and taken to the Bürgermeister's office mayor's office.
Noack and Böss took each man in turn out to Noack's car and together with two other men with spades, drove off to a nearby shooting range where each man was shot and then ordered to be buried by the men with the spades.
The commanding officer of the Harbach Airfield had issued an order that all captured Allied airmen were to be shot on the spot.
Noack was arrested and released but then re-arrested and sent to an internment camp at Karlsruhe, where he remained until 18 July, Noack and Böss were tried before a US Military Court at Dachau on July and August, in case no.
At the time of the trial, the victim's names were unknown. Both men were found guilty of their parts in the murders.
Noack was condemned to death and Böss sentenced to eight years in prison. At Landsberg, Noack fasted and lost sufficient weight to enable him to squeeze through the bars of his cell and escape in the nude.
He was caught by Russian soldiers and shot in the leg. They returned him to Landsberg where he had the injured leg amputated.
Noack was hanged at Landsberg on 21 March, , probably the only one legged man to be executed here. A surviving photograph of the preparations for the execution indicates that he may have been strapped to a collapse board.
LT Joseph H. Williams who had been posted to Landsberg to improve security there, recorded in his book that Noack tried to stun himself prior to the execution and took ten minutes to die after the drop, death being confirmed at 9.
Ferdinand E. Flach is buried in the American Cemetery at Margraten in the Netherlands, Plot A Row 15 Grave 14, and Lee R.
Huffman is buried in the same cemetery in Plot H Row 3 Grave 8. Hermann Noack being carried to the gallows at Landsberg.
The collapse board may be the light object visible behind Noack's right ear. Also his chest seems to be strapped to something with a leather strap.
With them were Franz Joseph Hegemann and Helmut Wiegner. Hegemann was tried for his involvement in the murder of Hood, and Wiegner for his part in the murder of Bote van der Wal.
All four men were convicted. The sentences were confirmed by the Commander-in-Chief, British Army of the Rhine, on 12 December, Sandrock and Schweinberger were hanged at Hameln by Albert Pierrepoint at III bomber LM HW-W of No.
On the night of Saturday 12 August, it had taken off at There were problems with the plane's navigational equipment and also with high winds.
They encountered a great deal of anti-aircraft flak, which resulted in a fuel tank being punctured and the Lancaster going down in flames near Almelo, between the villages of Hardenberg and Bergentheim at approximately hrs.
Hood sustained burns to his legs but managed to parachute to safety. Hood was moved several times until he was at the home of Mrs.
Ebeltje van der Wal in the village of Nyverdal. Bote had refused to sign up for the Nazis and work for them. So on the night of 13 March , following a tip off, the local Nazi police surrounded the house to arrest him.
Fearing for the safety of Mrs. On searching Hood, the police found his identity tags. Both were taken to Almelo prison. Hood told Sandrock that he had been shot down but could not remember where he had hidden his parachute and uniform.
On the morning of March 21, , Untersturmführer SS 2LT Paul Hardegan arrived at Sandrock's office and told him that Hood had been sentenced to death as a spy.
Sandrock was unhappy about this as no trial had taken place and he did not feel that Hood was a spy. However orders were orders, so he had Hood brought to his office from Almelo prison.
At around 10 p. He was taken to woods near the village of Zenderen where Sandrock told him that he was to be executed as a spy.
Schweinberger fired a single round from a 9 mm Luger pistol into the back of Hood's neck. Two days later Bote van der Wal was executed in the same way and at the same place.
It was intercepted by a German night fighter, some 9 km south of Eindhoven in Holland at The aircraft exploded in mid-air with the loss of the other six crewmen.
The six dead were buried in the cemetery at Woensel, Eindhoven. Jack Stewart Nott was the bomb aimer serving in Halifax bomber MZ KN-J of No.
It took off from RAF Full Sutton on the night of June 16, , with a crew of eight to bomb Sterkrade in Germany. It was shot down over St-Oedenrode, a small town north of Eindhoven in Holland.
Five of the crew were killed in the crash and Flight Sergeants J. Needham and J. Bulmer were taken prisoner. Roy Carter was serving with No.
Masdin was later apprehended and taken prisoner. Ronald Walker had no memory of exiting the plane but landed safely with just bruises. Once he recovered himself he started walking until he spotted a farmer's wife.
She called for assistance to Bas van de Aaist who was working in a nearby field and who was a Dutch Resistance member.
He took Walker to a cornfield and told him to stay there until night fall, which he did. He was then taken by another Resistance member, Walter de Vries, to his home.
The Dutch Resistance had formed a chain to get Allied airmen out of Holland and into Belgium. Jack Nott had a similar rescue and met Walker on another farm where they spent a week together.
On 29 June, , both men were moved yet again, to the house of Frans van Dijk, who was hiding two Canadian airmen. The driver did not know the way and was accompanied by Miss Leoni van Harsell, a Resistance leader.
Aunt Coba was already hiding Roy Carter in her house. Matthias Killing privat verheiratet mit Frau Svenja Dierk: Leben mit Freundin, Kind und Sat.
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