Medal of Honor: The medal will be awarded posthumously to U. Army Chaplain Emil Kapaun (pictured), who served in the Korean War and died in a prisoner of war camp on May Father Emil is now Blessed Emil Kapaun, on the track to sainthood .
"On foot located brewed up tanks. Only ash and burnt metal in Birkett’s tank. Searched ash and found remains pelvic bones. At other tanks three bodies still inside. Unable to remove bodies after long struggle—nasty business—sick.
BU Father Vincent Fay a British Army chaplain of British General Hospital christens a baby Henji Dorochova who was born in Belsen. The baby is held by his mother Raissa from Voroshilovgrad in the Ukraine
An American Army chaplain recites prayers at an open mass grave in the Gusen concentration camp. Don't overlook that it was the American company IBM that provided the punch cards and technology to the Germans to keep records of their mass killings.
President Barack Obama April 11 awarded the Medal of Honor to famed Korean War chaplain Father Emil Kapaun, presenting it to the priest’s nephew, Ray Kapaun, nearly days after his uncle’s death in a prisoner of war camp.