by Harold Norris
The house [upon which Norris landed after parachuting out of his plane] was on what I think was the west side of the road. The [Nazi] soldiers were on the east side of the road and between a quarter and a half mile away. There was a growth of underbrush along the east side of the road and I lay down in the ditch amongst the underbrush while the soldiers went past. They hadn’t seen me, but they were going to examine the biggest piece of the airplane they could find. That was the tail.
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