The Strangest Battle of WWII: The Fight for Castle Itter

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    The Strangest Battle of WWII: The Fight for Castle Itter

    On May 5, 1945, Allied and German troops fought side-by-side against the SS.

    by Robert Walsh

    France’s Prolific Executioner: The Life and Death of Charles-Henri Sanson

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    France’s Prolific Executioner: The Life and Death of Charles-Henri Sanson

    He was one of France's most prolific executioners, having killed nearly 3,000 souls.

    by Robert Walsh

    How the Stratton Brothers Became the First British Killers Busted by a Fingerprint

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    How the Stratton Brothers Became the First British Killers Busted by a Fingerprint

    A thumbprint on a cashbox led police to the murderers—and changed the course of criminal history.

    by Robert Walsh

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