LONDON (May. 25)
A German ace bomber pilot is now in an internment camp somewhere in England with the memory of a night of horror in Plymouth during a Nazi raid, and the knowledge that he owes his life to the skill of a Jewish surgeon, says the News Chronicle.
He fractured his spine when his plane crashed in the West Country. Rescued by farm workers, he was taken to a hospital and the Jewish surgeon performed a series of delicate operations so successfully that one day he will be able to walk again.
The hospital was bombed, and members of the staff risked their lives to carry him to safety.