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Drawing by Doane Hage, "Crash site, 17 November 1942."
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"This view shows the inside of the train I took from Bordeaux when German soldiers boarded the train and surrounded me. I motioned to one soldier I needed a light for my cigarette."
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Drawing by Doane Hage, a scene in a train station.
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"I was escorted by the non-Com guard into a small wooden building where I was made to strip and was searched while all the time under guard."
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Drawing by Doane Hage, depicting his detention in the office of a German officer.
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Drawing by Doane Hage, "Apparently the two civilians were plain clothed Gestapo agents …"
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Drawing by Doane Hage, "At one point as French civilians seemed to be taking too long to cross the street the driver actually accelerated …"
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Drawing by Doane Hage of his cell.
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Drawing by Doane Hage, an execution by firing squad.
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Drawing by Doane Hage, his Paris prison cell.
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