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Part 1 of the P-47 poem written by Raymond "Moose" Moulton at Stalag Luft III in 1944. The scanned page was taken from a logbook written by my father, 2LT Robert G. Presley. He was downed by flak on a mission to Berlin in May of 1944. This and one other poem by Moose were also passed on to the Stalag Luft III website in order to provide a wider dissemination of POW's talent under duress.

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  • Raymond Moulton

    Military | Second Lieutenant | Bombardier, Bombardier; Navigator
    Shot down by flak on the return from a mission to Erkner, Berlin on 8 Mar 1944 in B-24J #42-100375. Prisoner of War (POW). Flew 5 missions including Berlin and Gotha on 2/24/44. this waas the most costly mission ever flown by the 8th AF in lost planes...

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03 August 2017 22:16:46 Southern Yankee Created entry with collection, caption and person associations
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These poems I came across in a logbook kept by my father, 2LT Robert G Presley, from his stay in Stalag Luft III in 1944/45.

Richard G Presley

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