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World War II 1
Branch:
Air Force 1
Rank:
Brigadier General 1
Birth:
07 Apr 1905 1
Tennessee 1
Death:
13 Jun 1943 1
Kiel, Germany 1
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Person:
Nathan Bedford Forrest 1
Hometown: Spokane, Washington 1
Birth:
07 Apr 1905 1
Tennessee 1
Male 1
Death:
13 Jun 1943 2
Kiel, Germany 2
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World War II 1

Branch:
Air Force 1
Rank:
Brigadier General 1
Service Start Date:
1928 1
Service End Date:
1943 1
Casualty Cause:
Hostile, Died 1
Casualty Date:
13 Jun 1943 1
Casualty Place:
Germany 1
Casualty Reason:
Air Loss, Crash - Sea 1

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General Nathan Bedford Forrest III was the Great Grandson of Lt Gen Nathan Bedford Forrest of the Confederate States of America, Army of theTennessee.

He was the first General officer killed in action flying the hostile skies of Europe..

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