22 Aug 1925

United States
30 Jun 1926

United States
10 Jul 1945

United States
  • Walter Beyer, a German prisoner of war, was executed by hanging in Leavenworth, Kansas, United States for the murder of fellow prisoner (and a spy for the guards at Camp Tonkawa in Tonkawa, Oklahoma, United States) in Nov 1943. ww2dbase [Camp Tonkawa | Leavenworth, Kansas | CPC]

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