Propagandist 'Axis Sally' leaves Germany, 1948
Published: May 10, 2012
Harold Briggs ©Stars and Stripes
Frankfurt, Germany, August 20, 1948: Mildred Gillars, left, also known as "Axis Sally," leaves for Washington to face a grand jury treason inquiry. At right is her escort, WOJC Katherine Samaha. Maine native Gillars, who made propaganda broadcasts to allied troops on behalf of the Nazis during World War II, was to be joined in the inquiry by her Pacific counterpart, "Tokyo Rose."
A story about Mildred Gillars' 1948 departure from Germany.