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In one of the more amazing stories of World War II, John Dolibois, an immigrant at the age of 13 from Luxembourg, found himself back in the country of his birth in 1945. This time, he was an interrogator with the U.S. Army. Following the surrender of Germany, he became one of five men assigned the duty of interrogating some of the greatest criminals in human history - the
top Nazi leadership, including Goering, Streicher, and Hess. This incredible American story continued when, years later, President Reagan named Dolibois to be U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg.
In one of the more amazing stories of World War II, John Dolibois, an immigrant at the age of 13 from Luxembourg, found himself back in the country of his birth in 1945. This time, he was an interrogator with the U.S. Army. Following the surrender of Germany, he became one of five men assigned the duty of interrogating some of the greatest criminals in human history - the top Nazi leadership, including Goering, Streicher, and Hess. This incredible American story continued when, years later, President Reagan named Dolibois to be U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg. read more read less

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