International: The Fat's in the Fire

Reichsmarshal Hermann G&246ring surrendered in state. The 36th Infantry Division's assistant commander, Brigadier General Robert Stack, met him by appointment on a country road in Bavaria, saluted smartly, and escorted him to division headquarters. Major General John E. Dahlquist, who is proud of his German, dismissed an interpreter, led the Reichsmarshal to a command trailer, and conversed with him in dignified privacy. Afterward the biggest Nazi scoundrel so far bagged by the Allies lunched on chicken, changed into a fresh uniform with twelve medals, and put up for the night at a nearby...

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