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[edit] file EU9377Debrief, 2/18/50 (9376 uncensored)

This is the uncensored version of file EU9376Debrief discovered in Brown's dossier, dated Feb 18, 1950 (sensored phrases marked bold) File Locator #[EU9377Debrief]
Brown, Channing
Service No.  764122AX
Mildenhall UK

For Diplomatic Pouch to Department of War

Debriefing Summary, Transcript (Redacted)

BROWN:  Upon reaching the northern edge of Genoa, we
discovered the city was under attack from the east.  The
Italian command was headquartered in the Palazzo Doria.  I
was assigned to a mixed unit of British and Italian
soldiers gathering intelligence under the command of Lte.
Dillsent-Thomas, there were twelve of us in all.  We moved
south along the docks until we reached the river.

At the river, the local troops were engaged with the enemy.
Although we'd been told about them, nothing actually
prepared us for what we saw.

The Italians call them Demoni and something like 'Pesti'.
I saw three different types.  There were huge numbers of
what I guess I'd call, for lack of a better term, foot
soldiers.  they look so white they look dead.  they aren't
human, although they walk like humans.  There were some
that went on four legs, like a dog.  Then there were a
couple of stronger Demoni leading the troops.  They had
some kind of head gear, not a helmet.  Our carbines were
not very effective against them.

Local troops were not able to hold against the enemy.

One of the troops was an Austrian soldier who has been
retreating since Vienna fell.  Eigner, his name was.  His
English was very good.  He claimed to be the last of his
unit, maybe the last Austrian still in Europe.  He claimed
that anyone who falls behind their lines never escapes.  We
were attacked by one of the leader types and a bunch of
foot soldiers and during the exchange of fire, he was
severely wounded.  He shot himself rather than risk being

INTERVIEWER:  Sergeant?  Do you need a moment?

BROWN: No, I'm fine.

INTERVIEWER: Are you ready to continue?

BROWN: Yeah. The long and the short of it is, we retreated
back towards the Palazzo Doria, where I was entrusted with
a diplomatic pouch.


Did anyone get out after me?
  • "Pesti" is Italian for "Plagues" and "Demoni" for "Demons"
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