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A crashed German FW.190 lies in an open field.
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Tail section of a German FW.190 shot down by the crew of "Just Elmer's Tune."
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Hospital at Tonder, Denmark, where Edwin Hays and fellow crewmembers were treated after the crash of "Just Elmer's Tune."
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Johannes Ulrich, the Danish boy who rode Edwin Hays on his bicycle to a farm house after "Just Elmer's Tune" was shot down February 24, 1944.
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The Anton Lund family.
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The Anton Lund farmhouse to which Edwin Hays and Norm Carnie were taken by Johannes Ulrich.
February 24, 1944
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Stone erected near Oster Hojst, Denmark, near where "Just Elmer's Tune" was shot down in 1944.
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Bob Joyce and Edwin Hays during the ceremony to honor the crew of "Just Elmer's Tune" in Oster Hojst, Denmark.
1995
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American Ex-POWs at the "Four Chaplains Service'.
1996
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Edwin Hays, taken at the American Ex-POW national convention in Birmingham, Alabama.
1996
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