Bibliography Sheet for Tape #336/337 July 14, 1978 Side 2

Adolph Hitler, 88, born April, 1889.

General Kurt Student, Germany, 88, New York Times, July 7, 1978

World War I fighter pilot.
Former paratrooper, division into Hitler's "blitzkrieg."
Chief of Germany's flying, airborne weapons school.
Developed troop invasion of Holland, Belgium, Norway.
1943, rescued Mussolini on Italy's Abruzzi peak, landed 50 men.
Captured May 28, 1945. Sentenced to "five years," appealed, got off.
1949, Commissioned by BRITISH AND AMERICAN FORCES to establish a WEST GERMANY AIR FORCE.
Went back to England to study with THE ROYAL AIR FORCE AND AVIATION INDUSTRY.
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Notice how a war criminal, who bombed Europe, USA troops, Hitler's pet agent, wined and dined by USA and British military establishment.

Ernest Robert Breech, 81, Aviation and Automotive Official. New York Times, 7/5/78

Chairman of board of Bendix Aviation Corporation.
Chairman of Trans World Airways, and Ford Motor Company.
Helped "rebuild Ford" after World War. Profits rose to $500 million yr.
"Postwar revitalization of Ford Motor Co."
President of board of North American Aviation, 1933, then a Ford affiliate.
U.S. Government requested him to serve on Atomic Energy panel, 1955.

Otto W. Timm, Pioneer of U.S. Aviation, 84. L.A. Times 7/5/78.

"Man who gave Charles A. Lindberg his first airplane."
Came to Calif. 1916 to train Army pilots.
1922, working for aircraft company. Lindberg wanted to learn to fly.
General Student, Nazi to END. Ernest Breech, Ford, funded Adolph Hiler into power. Lindberg, associate of Timm, ardent follower of Hitler, Nazi.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WHO DIED THE SAME DAY, OR A DAY APART, REPORTED SAME DAY.
Washington Post, June 24, 1978
GEORGE FISKE, 62, RETIRED DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AIDE Assiatant deputy director for DIA
Graduate of U. of Calif. Berkely, lived there since 1973.
(time of Patty Hearst kidnapping, Operation Chaos, Army plot).
U.S. Navy intelligence, China.
U.S. Navy, Korean conflict.
Pentagon, Air Force, Defense Intelligence Agency, 1962.

ARMY COL. JOHN W. LAY, 59, From 1961-1965, with Secreary of Army.
Leo Patrick Culinane, 71, Former White House Correspondent.
Felix J. Belair Jr, 70, Time, New York Times reporter. Covered Presidents from 1936 to 1964, after JFK assassination.
Cecil Holland, 70, Wash. Star reporter, covered President's campaigns, Iike Belair, from 1940 through 1967.
Col. James E. Nicholson, 56, Office of Emergency Preparedness, until 1973, office Watergate defendent James McCord worked with.